Working at QUT was fun. There are a wide range of social facilities which make working a bit less stressing. On a typical day, I reported to office by 09:00 and then take a 15 min coffee break. Lunch time at the food court at 13:00 was an opportunity to meet office colleagues.
PhD Researcher (Former Employee) – Brisbane, Australia – 14 February 2020
In my experience there is bullying, a lack of support, competitiveness, and an expectation to work long hours regardless of whether it is harmful to the wellbeing. So many PhD students develop mental illness due to the harsh working environment where the supervisors are not trained on how to communicate and support their PhD students.
How much does a Researcher make at Queensland University of Technology in Australia?
Average Queensland University of Technology Researcher yearly pay in Australia is approximately $68,101, which is 23% below the national average.
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