On average, employees at Georgia Institute of Technology give their company a 4.1 rating out of 5.0 - which is 8% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Georgia Institute of Technology employees are Research Scientists submitting an average rating of 4.4 and Graduate Teaching Assistants with a rating of 4.2.
"Very collaborative environment!"
"It is with great pleasure that I write this letter to apply for this opportunity. I am currently a PhD student works as a graduate research assistant at the Georgia Institute of Technology and will be graduating in May 2020."
"Georgia Tech is an amazing place to work. Higher education puts you in position to meet many people from various walks of life exploring new opportunities."
"One of top 10 technical universities in the united states. The course curriculum is flexible and greatly beneficial for the ones who are interested to learn and succeed in life."
"I have worked at Georgia Tech for almost 6 years now and I found it to be an excellent place to boost my knowledge, particularly in the Aerospace/simulation field."
"It is top 10 university and doing a GOOD research"
"It was an okay experience but the work environment is toxic."
"I love this job and I live my school."
"I am working as a GRA for CGIS, Gatech under the supervision of Siva Ramachandran."
"GTRI is a great place to work if you want to work on defense-related R&D-type work. Since it is mostly defense work, you need to be US citizen, and eligible for a security clearance. You get the opportunity to branch out, beyond whatever you already know. That makes it different from large contractors, from what I hear. You have a lot of autonomy, whether that means you will have time to explore subjects and solutions you might not have otherwise, or just slack off, will be up to you. However things tend to get more hectic when it is time to deliver, or demo to a customer, etc. In exchange for greater opportunity for career growth, and more personal autonomy, expect to get paid less than you probably would in the private sector (GTRI is technically part of the state gov't)."
"I have worked at the Georgia Institute of Technology for 3 years as a postdoctoral research fellow. The environment is excellent. Very dynamic. Every day you have the chance to interact with people smarter than you and learn, which has an excellent educational impact in your skills. I recommend this place for graduates as the last step before getting a job into any industry."
"It was fun working for Gatech."
"I have worked for GaTech for 10 years. It is a very good place to work and you get good fringe benefits."
"It's a good university to study."
"I'm currently a Master's student in Bioinformatics in Georgia Tech, and am a Graduate Assistant in one of the research labs. I've been working in this lab for almost a year now, the work culture here is very competitive, and working in a team helps in improving communication skills and efficiency."
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