Student Assistants give their job an average rating of 4.4 out of 5.0. The Student Assistants happiest with their jobs are employed by San Diego State University with an average rating of 0.0 while the Student Assistants least happy with their jobs work for University of Phoenix with an average rating of 2.9.Submit a Review
"Being able to work while being a student isn't easy, but here they make it manageable. They teach you how to do things in case you don't, providing the proper training. The work is not difficult and managing time with school is possible."
"I love the flexibility I had in the hours I could work. The fact that you could only work between 8-5 pm."
"I love the fact that there is time to do your own work but no raise on pay."
"Great working with that position."
"People working there were very nice, and willing to help me. But it's not a full time job."
"This is an easy job but it is boring and it earns not much."
"I love the course structure over here. I hate the weather in Valparaiso."
"The friendly environment and good mentors always make junior researchers comfortable, and easy to learn new skills (both in academic and communication) more quickly. I'm deeply grateful to my mentor and co-workers for their kindness and helpfulness."
"The best part is to work for the latest technology. The University adopts technology at a faster rate."
"Being a student assistant is the best. You can act like a student as well as an employee. There is a new thing to learn everyday. Life gets interesting learning & working on new technologies."
"I love helping students in solving their computing and technical problems."
"I do not hate anything about my job. Right now I am student, and still need to complete my master's in computer science. I will complete my graduation in May 2015. My current job is an on campus job which I do in SDSU library. Being a computer science student I am aware of almost all the problems related to wireless networks,anti-viruses, malwares, troubleshooting, software installations, memory issues, user accounts management, password resets and various other security issues, etc.I help students, staff or faculty members in getting these jobs done. It only gives me great joy and satisfaction when I use my course knowledge and small but vital professional experience to help them, which makes their job much easier."
"Helping your fellow graduate students has given me a good satisfaction. It also gave me a lot of opportunities to trouble shoot and find solutions for problems."
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