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Based on 12 responses, the job of Research Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.6 out of 5. On average, Research Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Research Engineer?

July 2018
"Fine."
Research Engineer in Atlanta:
Pros: Perks
Cons: Work variety
December 2018
Research Engineer in Columbus:
Pros: the people i work with
Cons: the cold weather
January 2016
"Mixed feelings."
Research Engineer:
Pros: The fact that I am given a lot of autonomy to complete my tasks, the relaxed atmosphere at work, the means at our disposal.
Cons: The short shortsightedness of management.
April 2017
"I love my job most of the time."
Research Engineer in Columbus:
Pros: The environment and atmosphere of the small town we live in.
Cons: I love most things about working in Columbus but, I don't like the fact that the place I work at is not very clean.
October 2017
"Good place to work."
Research Engineer in Munich:
Pros: Good opportunities for learning new skills on the job . Very good life. Descent transportation systems. Safe surroundings. Very disciplined life. Good weather. Good infrastructure. Good food . Good recreational activities . Non interefering people.
Cons: High cost of living. Accomodation very expensive and difficult to find.
March 2018
"Learning & earning being achieved parallely."
Research Engineer in Kolkata:
Pros: Room for experimental freedom.
Cons: Very detailed study required.
February 2015
"Great working experience."
Research Engineer:
Pros: Flexible, variety of projects, define your own future.
Cons: Could be stuck in the same project for years.