Has anyone ever heard of American Institutes for Research, or AIR?

It’s a non profit organization that conducts behavioral and social science research.

This organization has a job posting I fit the qualifications for, is in my field, and possibly something I may find interesting. I was skeptical at first (mostly cause I never have all the qualifications when applying for jobs) since I never heard of the company. However, I did some research and it seems legit. Been around for 70 years, read mixed reviews from employees. But I wanted to see if anyone on this sub has heard of it.

I also feel a little off about it, but that honestly might be because I’ve never worked for a non profit and am a bit scared to apply because of the negative things I’ve heard about them (little pay, overworked, no stability, a high turnover rate). However I do think this would be a good way to get my foot in the door since I want to do something with psychology and/or research. If you haven’t heard of the company, just any advice about going into a non profit would be appreciated. Thanks!

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