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We currently have no sick days provided. Employees use their PTO.

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Seasonal - Spring, collecting data on a grant

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I loved going to work each day.

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Occasionally observing a teacher who was not told I was coming.

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The first person you will speak with is the recruiter. S/he will ask you about your expected salary so be prepared to answer that daunting. After that you will have three to four more interviews. One of those interviews will be over lunch with a potential co-worker of the same level.

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Average work day was the typical 8 hours.

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I'm so happy that I had the chance to work for American Institutes for Research and without hesitation I would tell others that its a great company to work for and with.

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Good benefits

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Per a rolling 12 months, staff members are able to schedule 7 days of vacation.

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