Compare Cornell University vs Consumer Reports BETA

See how Consumer Reports vs. Cornell University compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
4.4
(based on 1254 reviews)
3.2
(based on 125 reviews)
Career Opportunities
4.0
2.6
Compensation & Benefits
3.9
3.6
Work-life balance
4.0
3.7
Senior Management
3.9
2.5
Culture & Values
4.2
3.3
CEO Approval
Cornell University Ceo Martha E. Pollack
97%Martha E. Pollack
Consumer Reports Ceo Marta Tellado
65%Marta Tellado
% Recommend to a friend
88%
53%
Positive Business Outlook
66%
36%

Salaries

Salaries for similar jobs
Research Associate182 Salaries
$59,169/yr
Assistant Professor120 Salaries
$107,317/yr
Graduate Student42 Salaries
$33,133/yr
Senior Statistician2 Salaries
$123,476/yr
Student Assistant1 Salaries
$16/hr
Intern - Hourly8 Salaries
$17/hr

What Employees Say

Pros
"Ithaca"(in 66 reviews)
"Great place"(in 55 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 21 reviews)
"Cr"(in 18 reviews)
Cons
"Ithaca"(in 131 reviews)
"Winters"(in 36 reviews)
"Cr"(in 12 reviews)
"Senior management"(in 10 reviews)
Featured Review

Former Employee - Graduate Research Assistant

I worked at Cornell University full-time for more than 5 years

Pros

Great people & atmosphere. Beautiful area full of natural beauty.

Cons

In a small town- great for some things but not for others

Former Intern - Investigative Intern

I worked at Consumer Reports

Pros

Incredible mentors with years of experience and a wealth of knowledge. The intern program is well-organized and encourages growth + definitely facilitates potential job opportunities.

Cons

You can go hours (or a full day) without much work – you have to ask for assignments, which can be to your benefit if you're really eager to show your strengths and potential. Don't be afraid to... ask for work! Ask to sit in on meetings and be part of editorial meetings.

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