"The University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNC Charlotte) is currently (2019) an R2 institution (great balance between research and education). UNC Charlotte is located in the biggest city in North Carolina. The cultural scene is diverse and the city has a good cost of living. There are many work opportunities in the city, including some major banks. This often drives the salary of university employers up."
"I worked within the chemistry department at UNC for three years. The department is highly collaborative and offers diversity in projects."
"UNCC is a good place for researchers. I enjoyed my time. Here, I contributed to research projects."
"I have been working for UNC-Eshelman school of pharmacy (Chapel Hill) for over 2 years. This is an excellent place to learn, work and network."
"Great place to work at for a student."
"I'm glad that I took this project which helped me grow and improve my skills. The coworkers were helpful as well. Overall I'm very satisfied with the job role and compensation."
"I have worked at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte for 1.75 years as a Graduate Research Assistant and have been treated very well. My professor/supervisor has provided research for a graduate fellowship at which I received full tuition coverage as well as an extremely fair monthly stipend."
"I've worked for UNC since 2006. As a state employee, the benefits are pretty decent and the stability has been outstanding, even through the recession. About 10,000 employees work there."
"I have studied and worked at UNC Charlotte for more than a year and a half now. The standard of teaching and the work culture here with the professors is amazing. They are open to hear about your ideas and help you progress. The annual stipend that UNCC offers is good. I would recommend students attend and work at this university."
"Good Organisation to work in a startup company."
"UNCW offers community, work-life balance, and an atmosphere focused on student success. There are many areas to professionally explore with opportunities for growth."
"The environment at the School of Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is very laid back. This is the place to work if you value work/life balance. It is a top notch medical school and a good work environment."
"Great working there but my time there is up and it is time to move on to bigger and better things."
"A nice place to work and learn."
"I gained valuable experience working as a Graduate Research Assistant and Graduate Teaching assistant at UNC Charlotte."
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