On average, employees at UConn give their company a 4.4 rating out of 5.0 - which is 12% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest UConn employees are Research Assistants submitting an average rating of 4.5 and Teaching Assistants with a rating of 2.3.
"Very nice place to work at."
"Great Research Work, encouragement from supervisor"
"I've worked for the University of Connecticut for the last 3 years. I've been consistently surrounded by a team of passionate, creative individuals."
"This is a very good place to work. The colleagues are very friendly. I love this place."
"UConn is a great place to work, especially for a Ph.D. student. The compensation falls within expected pay for a Ph.D. student and there are many available resources."
"It was a great experience as part of graduate studies. The facilities, faculty, and researchers are excellent. As a student researcher, a lot of the experience is dependent on your advisor."
"I've worked on UConn Goldenson Center for Actuarial Research for more than three months. Although I spent a lot of my spare time on my project, I think those time are really worthwhile. Because I did learn more than I ever thought about. I was getting to know some financial model and how to deal with clients. I had an idea then that I really can use what I have learnt in book to solve the problem in real world. That is super cool!"
"Great place to learn and work."
"Good work! Nice experience overall."
"Its a great place to work for."
"I love working here. The people are great."
"I had the best experience working as a research assistant at UConn. The professor was extremely helpful and friendly as we worked towards publication of the research paper"
"I've worked for UCONN on the deport campus since 2014. They do great research in clean energy. They students, staff and faculty are very friendly."
"Nice working environment, Nice supervisor, human-friendly policy"
"Somehow both a laid-back work environmental while also teaching several new skills. As a student, this role was a godsend; UConn was flexible with my class schedule and allowed me to learn things related to my major."
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