On average, employees at Johns Hopkins University give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is equal to the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Johns Hopkins University employees are Software Engineers submitting an average rating of 4.6 and Research Assistants with a rating of 3.8.
"I worked as a research assistant while pursuing a master's degree at Johns Hopkins University. It was an inspiring experience to work with elite professors whiling developing research skills."
"JHHS is a good place to work offering support and educational opportunities for all employees."
"good school with productive research faculty"
"I have been working at Johns Hopkins University for over 3 years and the company is very strong, competitive, and fast-pace."
"Highly energized place to work with great staff and opportunities for professional growth."
"Great for technical staff and those with advanced degrees. Don't look to moving up quickly without either of the above."
"I basically worked for less than a year but felt like over 2years . I had a very good relationship with my colleagues and my supervisor. I wish I didn't have to leave but I had to further my education. I enjoyed my job position and it was a great experience working at Johns Hopkins university ."
"Hopkins offers very good retirement and tuition assistance, benefits but the pay is terrible, many people don't even get cost of living increases, the entire atmosphere is incredibly passive aggressive, and there's zero growth potential. Systems are entrenched. Efforts to change things are usually resisted. I'd warn pretty much anyone against working here. Don't get lured in by the benefits. It's not worth it."
"Johns Hopkins is an excellent and prestigious university to get your degree. People are generally very friendly."
"I worked for Johns Hopkins University at Wilmer Eye Institute. They are the leading institute in the world for biomedical research, optoengineering and drug therapeutics for treating eye diseases."
"Decent Company. Variety of different projects and initiatives. There is a plethora of work so no time to be bored. PTO Rollover is a great benefit."
"It's a good place to conduct quality research."
"In recent years, there has been a push within JHU for professors to commercialize their research. A number of professors are taking advantage of this so now is probably a good time if you're more interested in patents and potentially working for a startup."
"As a postdoctoral researcher at Johns Hopkins University I am able to participate in cutting-edge projects in a face-paced, collaborative environment. My peers are among the brightest in their respective fields and constantly push me to learn new skills and sharpen old ones. The benefits include health, vision and dental as well as access to a state-of-the-art fitness center. Between Peabody, Homewood and the JHU-MICA film center, there is always plenty to do without leaving Hopkins. In addition Baltimore offers much by way of food, art and nightlife."
"I worked at CCHR for a year and it is a great place to work. But since I prefer more opportunity for growth, it is not a good place for me."
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