Working as a Postdoctoral Research Associate

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Postdoctoral Research Associate Ratings

44K Postdoctoral Research Associate reviews for 9K companies

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3.9 ★
Compensation & Benefits
3.5 ★
Career Opportunity
3.8 ★
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6 Postdoctoral Research Associate Jobs

Postdoctoral Research Associate Reviews

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Tulsa Community CollegeTulsa Community College
Research Assistant
22 Feb 2021

“Flexible hours and enjoy the work”

University of MiamiUniversity of Miami
Research Assistant
11 Sep 2019

“Professors are nice and happy to help.”

UT Southwestern Medical CenterUT Southwestern Medical Center
Postdoctoral Research Associate
14 Jan 2020

“People are collaborative and happy to help.”

United NationsUnited Nations
Research Assistant
9 Nov 2020

“stable happy versatile good benefit”

Virginia TechVirginia Tech
Graduate Research Assistant
7 Dec 2020

“I enjoy the short commute and good campus.”

Research Associate
10 Oct 2019

“Very friendly place to work with enjoy”

Research Associate II
24 Jul 2021

“Good happy hours!”

Research Assistant
13 Mar 2021

“Great good nice happy fast minds”

Top Companies for Postdoctoral Research Associate

University of Georgia
University of Georgia
4.2 ★
25 Jobs
2K Reviews
3K Salaries

Located in the quintessential college town of Athens, The University of Georgia (UGA) offers a wide range of degree programs nearly 35,000 students. Forest resources, veterinary medicine, and law are a few of the school's academic offerings. UGA administers the prestigious Peabody Awards, which honors media achievements, and boasts one of the nation's largest map collections. Famous alumni include former US Senator Phil Gramm, TV journalist Deborah Norville, and former PBS president Pat Mitchell. Nearly 80% of the university's students are from the Peach State. The University of Georgia was chartered by the State of Georgia in 1785 and graduated its first class in 1804.

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