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Michigan State University (MSU) Reviews

What is it like working at Michigan State University (MSU)?

It’s a great privilege to work along research and be in trusted with all my assignments.
Animal Caretaker in Williamston:
Pros: I really feel like I’m an intrical part of the research that is being done here.
Cons: I don’t have any complaints at this time
Great Variety.
Safety Officer in East Lansing:
Pros: The variation of work every day. Each day brings something new to evaluate and figure out how to plan each job safely and effectively.
Cons: The lack of advancement and pay increases.
It can be stressful, but it's very rewarding.
Executive Assistant in East Lansing:
Pros: I have the best boss I've ever had in my life here
Cons: Sometimes staff members are overlooked as an important part of the University
Assistant Coach in Lansing:
Pros: I get to mentor college students and help them achieve their maximum potential.
Cons: It can be extremely stressful due to the physical nature of what we do and the possibility that someone could get hurt. But the thing I like the least is I do not get compensated fairly when compared to the other assistant coaches at the university.
Must be flexible and be able to prioritize.
Operations Supervisor in Sterling Heights:
Pros: Make my own schedule
Cons: Management directing my staff without my knowledge
Challenging, Rewarding and Fun.
Neurophysiology Technologist (EEG) in Lansing:
Pros: work life balance and working with the patients I do
Cons: Pay, negativity with employees, old-dated building
Challenging, rewarding, stimulating.
Electromyograph (EMG) Technician in Lansing:
Pros: Work life balance and patient work I do
Cons: Old building, negative employees and pay