On average, employees at UCLA give their company a 4.0 rating out of 5.0 - which is 5% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest UCLA employees are Postdoctoral Fellows submitting an average rating of 4.2. Browse UCLA Reviews by Job Title →
"It is a great a great school."
"I've worked in the molecular lab in UCLA for four years. It's a very good training, the skill I obtained from this experience will equip me for life."
"I worked there for one school year, part-time. I got the opportunity to help out in all the classrooms, the staff in each was very friendly. The director was always reaching out to us and took the time out to ask how we were doing and sometimes even help in the classrooms."
"Strong company with a lot to come in the future."
"Great work study program, but the research team including me was let go due to lack of grant funding."
"I've worked as a postdoctoral fellow at UCLA since 2009. The position is a training position for scientific research, further building the technical skills I developed as a graduate student. Much of the research I completed at UCLA is published in top scientific journals. Although I have had much success at UCLA, I am now seeking a more career oriented position."
"I have worked for UCLA University Apartments since April of 2010. I think overall it is a great place to work. It has great benefits and incentives."
"I have worked with UCLA Office of Residential Life since 2012 and my experience overall has been amazing and worthwhile. The skills I learned were applicable to all aspects of my life and was a rewarding position in its entirety."
"I love my current job. It challenged me and made me excited to be working at the same time. I feel that this job has thoroughly prepared me for my future and has given me a lot of success on its own. I am learning as I am working and I am excited for the next chapter."
"I have worked in this department for 2 years. It is poorly managed."
"Good starting job with helpful supervisors that care about your schedule as a student and help you out in looking for a job in the near future, as most workers are students."
"It's a volunteer position."
"I've worked in Dr. Mark Cohen's lab for almost five years. It's been a great journey and I've learned a lot."
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