"I have worked for St. Louis University Hospital for several years in the Emergency Department. It is a challenging environment with diverse day to day work experiences as well as some of the most amazing people I have ever worked with."
"Enjoyed working as a graduate research assistant. Great advisors and learned much more than I can imagine."
"I think Saint Louis University is pretty good"
"SLU is an amazing university to work for!"
"very good environment for studying."
"I work in Saint Louis University as a research assistant. My major work is to process data and determine mechanisms. Working environment is good. The advisor encouraged to keep advance with the newest techniques and I make much improvement working here."
"I worked at the division of hematology and Oncology, department of Medicine, School of Medicine, Saint Louis University from August 2014 to June 2019, applied research grants, finished several research projects with published 8 peer-viewed articles and 2 book chapters and also trained some medical students and fellows to promote their research abilities. I was very happy worked in the university environment, but our research funding was run out and the division chief was retired."
"I've worked for Saint Louis University since 2014. They offer excellent benefits, 401k match, tuition reimbursement, and low rate insurance premiums with low deductibles. Saint Louis University is all about diversity and treating everyone with respect which is nice to see. They really do take great care of their employees and offer lots of room for advancement. Saint Louis University really is one of the greatest companies to work for in St. Louis!"
"Not much to say except I enjoy working here but ability to be promoted is low for me"
"I have worked for Saint Louis University since May 2019. This is an exceptional company to work for, with a wide variety of academic research to both be involved in and observe. The facilities are more than adequate and the employees are friendly and helpful. This is a good place to gain experience and get your foot in the door. The drawbacks of this company include poor compensation and limited opportunity for advancement."
"I've worked for St. Louis University for 3 years and studied for 5 years. It is really good place to study and research engineering subject."
"I enjoyed working for this institution because it allowed me to learn about health care in an environment of critical patients needing exceptional care. I learned leadership as a charge nurse, educator experience as a preceptor, and communication skills collaborating with physicians and medical staff."
"Saint Louis University was a great place to work."
"The work was varied and provided me with a great opportunity to grow as a professional in college."
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