On average, employees at Washington University give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Washington University employees are Research Assistants submitting an average rating of 4.2.
"Very nice place to start career. Good for students, they can work and study."
"It is a good place for students to work part-time."
"The GWU is a good university, and I am proud to be a graduate student here."
"I worked for UW Tacoma for two quarters as a workshop facilitator, and I found the experience to be very enjoyable. My supervisor was very pleasant and it was an extremely fun atmosphere to work in."
"I worked as a lab researcher for a year in the Rider group. I was able to work independently and in groups. We had freedom to do what we thought was necessary with some guidance. Lab mates were great and it was a lot of fun."
"The George Washington University has been providing good facility for graduate students, who like to work in academic field in future. The salary is not very good but I think it is good opportunity to improve you skills and find better job after finishing your contract with them."
"The George Washington University is a excellent place that I can improve my skills."
"I enjoyed my time as a Graduate Teaching Assistant with the GWU School of Business. It was a different experience to be an assistant to a professor at another school from being a law student yourself. I would highly recommend anybody looking for an on-campus job to work with my professor."
"I really liked working for LLC."
"This was a really fun place to work in."
"I've have worked here for 3 years and I think it alright for someone starting off but it gets redundant."
"Excellent school and research resources. Great benefits. Little structure for advancement."
"I've been in this position for almost 4 years. As postdoc considered as a training position, we are not compensated for our education and experience. What makes being a postdoct at WashU worse is that once you are hired there is barely any increase in salary (~1%). Even as a 4th year postdoc I make about $40,000/yr when NIH suggested minimum is $48,000.However, other than the pay this place is amazing place to be, good work environment, leadership, infrastructure, etc."
"It is a good part-time college job."
"The Department of Neurology seems to be in a constant state of flux, with the recent loss of the IT Director and the Business Director. Both are busy trying to make their mark on the department, restructuring departments and making cuts that are impacting the users ability to perform their jobs, and making the lives of their patients more difficult in the process. I would highly recommend avoiding the Department of Neurology at Washington University."
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