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Research associate for law school professor was good match
Research Associate (Former Employee) –  Villanova, PAJanuary 31, 2019
Working for a law school professor worked out really well during law school. I got to learn a lot more about Privacy Law, his area of expertise. It was convenient since the work could be done on campus or remotely from home.
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Much room for improvement
Procurement Assistant (Current Employee) –  Villanova, PAApril 2, 2019
Do not make it a priority to hire from within, managers lack training
and do not provide advancement opportunities, not all employees treated equally and cost of living increase is minimal.
Opportunity to take classes and earn a degree is a huge benefit, but does not open any doors within the university.
Also, too many part-time instructors.
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temporary postition
Bursar Cashier Specialist (Former Employee) –  Villanova, PAMarch 30, 2019
this job was intake of money from students to pay for there tuition.
the job was not exciting but was able to pay for my bills and secure myself a life of growing
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