Compare Southwest Airlines vs University of Texas at Arlington BETA

See how University of Texas at Arlington vs. Southwest Airlines compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
4.3
(based on 1808 reviews)
3.9
(based on 778 reviews)
Career Opportunities
4.2
3.6
Compensation & Benefits
4.3
3.4
Work-life balance
3.8
4.0
Senior Management
3.8
3.4
Culture & Values
4.4
3.9
CEO Approval
Southwest Airlines Ceo Gary C. Kelly
91%Gary C. Kelly
University of Texas at Arlington Ceo Vistasp M. Karbhari
73%Vistasp M. Karbhari
% Recommend to a friend
84%
77%
Positive Business Outlook
83%
61%

Salaries

Salaries for similar jobs
Intern112 Salaries
$13/hr
Senior Analyst29 Salaries
$82,026/yr
Loader44 Salaries
$32,937/yr
Resident Assistant11 Salaries
$686/mo
Graduate Research Assistant34 Salaries
$1,670/mo
GTA9 Salaries
$1,289/mo

What Employees Say

Pros
"Great benefits"(in 210 reviews)
"Flight benefits"(in 165 reviews)
"Work environment"(in 53 reviews)
"Flexible hours"(in 34 reviews)
Cons
"Mandatory overtime"(in 84 reviews)
"No cons"(in 55 reviews)
"Low pay"(in 27 reviews)
"Professors"(in 26 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - Communications Lead, Corporate Communications

I have been working at Southwest Airlines full-time for more than 5 years

Pros

It's cliche, but it really does feel like a Family at Southwest. We are a proud of our (now not so) little airline and what we stand for. I have had fantastic Leaders who care about me as a... person--not just my work. Our senior most Leaders think of Employees first with every decision they make. I feel fortunate every day to work for this Company.

Cons

Like any organization, keeping up with technology and tools to do our jobs in the most efficient way can be a challenge.

Former Employee - Data Entry Specialist

I worked at University of Texas at Arlington part-time for less than a year

Pros

Good Pay, Flexible Scheduling, Friendly Staff and Co-Workers

Cons

Mountains of never-ending monotonous work

Job Postings