"Great place to work, plenty to do and it varies but most projects have a relaxed feel. The biggest perk is the paid time off and the retirement matching. The monetary compensation may not be the highest but the time off makes up for that somewhat."
"Happy dance with my current research work."
"I really love this environment. I find a good place to extend my knowledge and skills. Thus, I decided to quit my academic job, and I want to be a part of a progressive organization that broadens my skills and knowledge in U.S."
"I've been working under integrated sensor system group as a PhD student for about 5 years."
"The facility is a little old, but coworkers are pleasant and interested. HR was cooperative and the paperwork was minimal. While the pay was low, the freedom in the position and the relationship with my supervisor compensated for it."
"It's so exciting to work with so many geniuses (not from Apple store). Faculty and co-workers are always helpful, and there are so many things you can learn from them."
"I worked as a student assistant and it was great. I was proud of the cutting edge work in GIS that I was able to help on."
"I have worked for Georgia Tech in the Real Estate Development Office and find that during this economic times the ability to complete the real estate projects that I was brought on to do has not materialized. I enjoy the people I work with and feel I have contributed in many ways to the real estate acquisitions and leased property that Georgia Tech has required. But I find that I am looking to return to the fast pace of the corporate world and to face additional challenges and opportunities."
"I've been at Georgia Tech for the last 6 years. It's a great school and a great place to work as a Graduate Research Assistant. Just make sure you find the right adviser/professor!"
"I've worked at GIT as a research fellow in their Materials Science and Engineering Department. This was a summer work which was funded by National Science Foundation for students with honors. My work was on organic photovoltaic devices and my focus was on polymer for the active layer."
"I have worked for Georgia Institute of Technology for past 1.5 years. It has been a great experience."
"It is a good place to work with good benefits. There are a lot of lifers here, so promotions are not that common."
"Had some great experience teaching students as well as improving my teaching skills."
"Nice place to be a research assistant, especially at the Cognitive Engineering Center."
"Being an academic research environment - Georgia Tech provides nearly everything required to study, learn and progress."
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