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‘It's a PhD. If you're lucky with your supervisor you can have a very flexible schedule. ’
‘Very comprehensive and flexible sick pay scheme, including for longer periods of sickness’
‘Can't say much, but it exists. One can use uni bikes with a huge discount’
Health cover, 1 month vacation time, and travel fees included.
Good pension and generous holidays. Salaries lower than average for my sector.
No perks, average salary but clear sense of purpose
As a resident assistant, the discounted food and board.
You get a holiday pay for 10% of your original salary
The best thing is that you get student's benefits. The worst thing is that your salary still will be lower in real amount than in Europe. Also, you are student, not employee, so your years doesn't count for getting a residency.
Not applicable because zero hour contract, part-time student job
There was really a benefits package as I only worked the summer and it was shift work for the Fringe.
A lot of paid holidays
Good vacation, flexibility and childcare vouchers
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