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Higher position & higher salary with prospect for further advancement (lacks at NU). Benefits are hard to match, though.

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2 hours interview with 5 different people

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Happens every year base on merit/review, basicaly to cover raise in cost of living. Started with 55k, in 2 yrs 57600

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Allow people in entry-level positions to explore more in their job. Stop making the culture feel so siloed in terms of job duties. I had to ask multiple times to have more responsibility and autonomy in my job when I started to feel bored. Management doesn't always consider the job satisfaction of those below them.

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Be expert in your field and have significant online course instruction and curriculum development

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You will have to go through a very thorough criminal and employment back ground check.

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Answer here...employee people offline and this act as the part of there income apart from that it provide education for the students

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I don't recall exactly, but I seem to think it was pretty good, and sick days too.

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Lengthy.. interaction with students evenings and weekends all individualized attention.

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