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Atlanta, GA
10000+ employees
1974
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Colleges & Universities
$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
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"Have a Coke and a smile" means more to Emory University than it does to the rest of the world. The school, which has some 13,300 students and about 12,500 staff and faculty members, has a very low student-teacher ratio of about 7:1. It changed ... Read more

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    Former Employee - Graduate Research Assistant

    I worked at Emory University part-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Great, friendly work environment. Flexible hours for a graduate student.

    Cons

    Low pay rate. Some responsibilities are administrative.

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Emory University Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Emory University.

    Interview

    The interview process took maybe 2 months with applying and getting a call back for an interview. There was 3 interview steps; 1st interview was a phone screen call in which was very pleasant and the recruiter asks a few customer service questions. Second interview was face to face in which did not last long about 15-20 minutes in which you sit with a recruiter and they just get a feel if you are a good fit for the position. Third interview is a group interview in which they ask a few questions and each person has a chance to answer and you can ask questions to the interviewer as well. I felt like all the stages of the interview went well. After 3rd interview I waited about two weeks in which I emailed the HR lady and then I found out that I did not get the job. But it was a good experience and I would apply again for another position.

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Emory University Awards & Accolades

  • Best Places to Work in Academia, The Scientist, 2009
  • Great Colleges to Work For, The Chronicle of Higher Education and ModernThink LLC, 2009

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