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Work on creating a positive, creative work culture defined by professionalism, where instructional design professionals are free to experiment and even fail without retribution. Focus on the competencies that you have, rather than the shiny pedigrees that you could have.

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They have many part-time opportunities all over campus. They also have hourly jobs which don't usually go into overtime. The average part time is probably 20 hours and full time is 40 hours.

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The benefits you receive are all based on the bargaining unit of the job position you are interested in. Find out the specific benefits. In my bargaining unit there were no paid benefits or time off and had to pay my own parking (minimal discount offered). It's all about the students and enriching their lives and futures, that's priceless.

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It was a relaxed. I had plans/lists of tasks that I intend to achieve and delivered it well to my interviewer/supervisor.

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The working hours were adequate but I wouldn't have minded adding additional courses to tutor on top of the ones I had. As a student though the hours were enough to balance classes and work.

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The work environment at California State University Northridge was excellent.

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