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Anonymous shared this review of Northwestern University, United States on Jul 29th, 2019
"Each department and/or center operates like a small business. The quality of the work experience depends greatly on the specific department/center."
Anonymous shared this review of Northwestern University on Jan 24th, 2019
"In order to get the full maternity benefit (it's good), you have to have worked at NU for 4 years first. It's worth the wait, but it's quite a commitment and requires advanced family planning. "
Anonymous shared this review of Northwestern University on Jun 11th, 2018
"Support other women. Advocate for yourself and your career. Find a sponsor. "
Anonymous shared this review of Northwestern University on May 16th, 2018
"Promotion opportunities are difficult to assess internally, but if you are able to crack the code, it's a great place to work. Or, if you're comfortable with either a lateral move, or growing within the same department without formal promotion. "
Anonymous shared this review of Northwestern University on Jul 23rd, 2017
"Great benefits, great maternity leave, great retirement matching, and there is a huge effort across the university to (a) hire women in executive positions, and (b) raise the salaries of women who are not at a comparative level as their male counterparts."
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