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Anonymous shared this review of Rice University, United States on Dec 13th, 2019
"First and foremost, negotiate your pay as high as possible when accepting the job, raises are below cost of living and exceeding expectations is no guarantee of receiving one."
Anonymous shared this review of Rice University, United States on May 1st, 2019
"It all really depends upon your management. Even within divisions, the management can make or break your flexibility."
Anonymous shared this review of Rice University on Mar 5th, 2019
"Make sure to choose a good professor mentor and you will be golden. Wonderful environment to learn and grow!"
Anonymous shared this review of Rice University on May 10th, 2016
"In my particular department (administrative), men are definitely given much more flexibility, consideration and respect. The working attitude is "if you're not at your desk, you're not working." There is lots of lipservice given to teamwork, inclusivity, diversity, synergy, blah blah blah, but the reality is exactly the opposite."
Anonymous shared this review of Rice University on Apr 23rd, 2016
"The extent to which Rice is "family friendly" depends on your job and department. I've seen a lot of variation."
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