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"Excellent place for (aerospace) research."

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Current Employee - Research Scientist. in Hampton, VA
Current Employee - Research Scientist. in Hampton, VA
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Pros

The general atmosphere is great for encouraging employees to be productive. It is low-stress, thightly knit community atmosphere.

Cons

For a non-profit organization in aerospace research, funding is uncertain at times.

Advice to Management

Get more funding opportunities for researchers.

Other Employee Reviews for National Institute of Aerospace

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at National Institute of Aerospace full-time

    Pros

    relaxed, interesting projects, nice people

    Cons

    location is not the best, education department,


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    "a mistake to work at the National Institute of Aerospace"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I worked at National Institute of Aerospace full-time

    Pros

    a gateway to NASA Langley

    Cons

    huge overhead taken before the rest of the money from NASA is paid back to the NASA contractors (NIA employee). Minimum of 60% overhead. All the NASA contractors must find our own research funding to fund ourselves and include the overhead to the NIA. The overhead goes to the NIA and pay for the NIA administrative staffs salaries and benefits. NIA refuses to help the NASA contractors once their research funding is terminated. Working at the NIA with 5 years of experience earn not much different than newly undergraduates.


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