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Research Associate in Cambridge
on 16 October 2022
Good work culture and life work balance.Not many benefits and low salariesStruggling to keep upwith the current marketProgression depends on the management
Research Associate in Cambridge
on 11 September 2019
Great place to work with high work culture. Highly recommended as an Employer. Friendly environment, very good support in any aspect of work. Very good organised.
Research Associate in Cambridge
on 3 July 2019
Great collaborative and multidisciplinary research environment with flexible working hours and housing benefits, but low salary and unpredictable career advancement.
Research Associate in Cambridge
on 28 June 2018
Decent work place that doesn't make you require that you do 9-5 everyday day. However late nights and weekend work are expected with no overtime or extra pay.
Research Associate in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
on 28 July 2017
The University of Cambridge, depending on the supervisor of course, gives you total freedom regarding how to phase and organise your work and encourages to join international conferences.
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