38%say women are treated fairly and equally to men
50%would recommend to other women
25%believe their CEO supports gender diversity
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Overall, I think this is a good place for women to work. However, the university has acknowledged that there are far too few women in leadership roles given the majority of women who are in staff administrative roles. Hopefully this current state of affairs will correct itself with time, but advancing may still be a challenge in some departments.
Excellent opportunities for meaningful work, personal fulfillment, professional growth, and relationship building. Personally, I dedicate more time to work than ideal, but I recognize it may be due to my high-standards. Resources could be more plentiful, but that is understandable in a public sector/non-profit organization.
Department of Family and Preventative Medicine
UCSD has great benefits and usually great flexibility, but the pay is subpar. You need to have an MD or PhD to really be making it. Management is tough.