Research Associates give their job an average rating of 4.0 out of 5.0. The Research Associates happiest with their jobs are employed by National Institute of Standards and Technology with an average rating of 5.0 while the Research Associates least happy with their jobs work for Genentech with an average rating of 1.4.Submit a Review
"Like being an interviewer and love being the best of the best and top producer, but the managers still don't care how they treat you and they hire anyone, people with bed bugs, people with bad history and get angry when mention of harassment. High risk of losing job any day. Like that they give people a second chance but wow, some people just made a mistake, the managers have a continued reputation of harassment."
"I love being the best of the best and being top producer. Like being an interviewer but the management is stressed and it trickles down to research associates. No stability, no pay raise, favoritism, dirty."
"A good place to learn, practice and develop in my middle career."
"I love to conduct research at URI, which helps me to receive my PhD."
"I like Railway Research. But more projects needed."
"Interesting position that allowed a personal up front experience in the oil industry."
"Love: Meeting new people and seeing new, hard-to-visit places.Hate: Stultifying position with no upward mobility."
"I loved the flexibility of the schedule and the mentors that were constantly available to me. Their knowledge and background conjoined with their ability to teach really helped me and my peers get ahead of the game. Unfortunately, being a non-profit, the salaries of some of the better engineers can't always be afforded. My hiring manager's grant ran dry 3 months after I was hired."
"I love science quantitative genetics to identify genes responsible for complex traits in animals and humans."
"Love: Ability to think and supervise laboratory operations."
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