MIT offers all the usual benefits options you'd expect from a good employer—life insurance, health plans, and retirement accounts, for example.
But those basic benefits are just a small part of an extensive network of offerings to help make your life healthy, happy, and secure.
Explore this site and the Multimedia Quick Start to learn about the complete depth and breadth of MIT benefits. And remember, you must sign up within 31 days of starting your job, so you'll want to get acquainted with your options as soon as possible.
Please note: As of January 1, 2012, the John Hancock Long-Term Care Insurance plan will no longer be offered.
Here's what you'll find in the Your Benefits section:
Confirm your eligibility and sign up.
Health, dental, vision, and life insurance plans as well as flexible spending accounts.
Everything you'll need to know to plan for a secure retirement.
Support for you and your children to pursue higher learning.
Fitness programs, support systems, optical, and dental services—MIT Medical offers a wide range of resources to the MIT community.
Financial assistance for qualified adoptions as well as adoptive and new-parent support groups.
Options for balancing personal and professional responsibilities.