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‘Accumulative days of sick leave’
‘5 Weeks leave per year’
‘Ability to cash up Week of leave’
Flexible working hours, packages for computers, good rental car prices
Flexible working conditions are the best benefit. Salaries are relatively low.
10 % bonus on basic pay
5 weeks Holiday, Great superannuation scheme and flexible working
Tuition is competitive and the student insurance covers most of needs of life. If you have children, NZ has great policy for international PhD students to bring their families here
Best: paid maternity leave Worst: Salary
I love working here and would recommend.
Benefits vary a lot department to department. It was nice to have 5 additional days annual leave that can be accumulated
Everything is included. No interview if you are a PhD student.
You can basically get covered with the minimum wage level income if you get fully funded by scholarships. But it's not easy to get one.
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