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Anonymous shared this review of Johns Hopkins University, United States on Dec 27th, 2019
"A good place to work for women with children. They have on-site child care and benefits to help with childcare costs. They are fairly flexible with your schedule."
Anonymous shared this review of Johns Hopkins University on Aug 21st, 2018
"I don’t think it’s an exemplary employee. Some of their policies are very outdated."
Anonymous shared this review of Johns Hopkins University on Apr 3rd, 2016
"It depends which department you work for; many have different policies and flexibility."
"As in most science careers, choosing a PI wisely is the best way to find a position supportive of women in science."
"Annual raises do not keep up with inflation. If you are good, your workload will be very high (and you'll get great experience), but don't expect to get paid more for it. There are significant pay equity issues between assistant scientists and assistant professors, although they are supposed to be the same. The childcare situation in Baltimore is terrible, and the tuition at JHU's new childcare center is 40% of my take-home pay. No guaranteed protected time off for having a baby/adopting (even unpaid). Lab directors can give paid leave at their discretion, but this seems to vary widely."