Graduate Research Assistants at Georgia Institute of Technology give their company a 4.0 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Georgia Institute of Technology is 4.1, making them 2% less happy than every other employee at Georgia Institute of Technology and 5% less happy than every other Graduate Research Assistant on CareerBliss - the happiest Graduate Research Assistants work for University of Vermont.
"Happy dance with my current research work."
"I have worked for Georgia Institute of Technology for past 1.5 years. It has been a great experience."
"esoteric exploration of fundamental physics in soft condensed matter"
What do you like about working at Georgia Institute of Technology?
"The relative freedom of my schedule, the work environment, and the fact that problem solving skills are needed on a daily basis."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"You have to love learning for learning's sake, and be willing to work very hard for very little compensation. Intrinsic motivation is key."
What don't you like about working at Georgia Institute of Technology?
"There is a decided lack of application in everything I do. This makes it really hard for me to care or be fulfilled. Furthermore, the compensation is not enough to make me suck it up and deal."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"The management/administration is phenomenal. I merely have a fundamental issue with the type of work I'm doing."
"I am a student studying at Georgia Tech. It is an amazing institute."
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