Admissions, Richmond, IN - December 29, 2017
Working at Earlham can feel like being part of a family. The community is tightly-knit, and with the college's Quaker affiliation, decisions are made more collaboratively than at most workplaces. On the downside, the family feel prioritizes seniority, making opportunities to advance limited, and the college has had trouble adapting to the higher education marketplace. Earlham's endowment will keep it running for a long time, but sluggish enrollment has led to testy relationships between departments. Pay is so-so, but benefits and job security are good, and most managers encourage a healthy work-life balance. Excellent place to begin one's career or "settle down."