Good work life balance, flexible hours, all the perks of a non-profit. But, you also get the downsides, like low compensation, few benefits, and little advancement. There seem to be two types of people that work here, those who are new and those who have been at the institution for years. There isn't much room for promotion, and a lot of people just have lateral moves. Additionally, there are some individuals that do the minimum needed and it can be frustrating that you work much harder than those individuals yet you are paid the same amount of money.
occasionally have free food, flex hours, good work life balance
few benefits, no perks, little technology