Program Manager, Aviation / Aerospace Reviews

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Based on 14 responses, the job of Program Manager, Aviation / Aerospace has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.64 out of 5. On average, Program Manager, Aviation / Aerospaces are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Program Manager, Aviation / Aerospace?

January 2019
"Challenging."
Program Manager, Aviation / Aerospace in Saline:
Pros: freedom to make decisions on production issues
Cons: politics
September 2019
"Fast paced and rewarding."
Program Manager, Aviation / Aerospace in Los Angeles:
Pros: The people I work with.
Cons: My current pay.
June 2016
"Taking care of customer's while enhancing company goals."
Program Manager, Aviation / Aerospace:
Pros: Pride in working with customer's and ensuring they are happy with the end product.
Cons: Lack of decision making. Salary.
March 2017
"Diversity in Baltimore."
Program Manager, Aviation / Aerospace in Baltimore:
Pros: Great place to experience diverity of age, cultures, religions, socio-economics.
Cons: Many times the diverse groups do not interact.
April 2017
"TLCummings eval."
Program Manager, Aviation / Aerospace in Washington:
Pros: I am an ex-pat working in China.
Cons: Will live there soon.
October 2017
Program Manager, Aviation / Aerospace in South El Monte:
Pros: 4 day work week.
Cons: Long commute. Low compensation. Lack of growth opportunities.
November 2018
Program Manager, Aviation / Aerospace:
The work itself has always been interesting and I have been given a reasonable amount of latitude to accomplish my programs. However leadership 2nd guesses if anything is not perfect and bases raises and promotions on popularity contests not on what you've accomplished.