Based on 11 responses, the job of Systems Developer has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.3 out of 5. On average, Systems Developers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Systems Developer?
"Challenging and rewarding."
Pros: Manage my own workload.
Cons: Some of the people that I work with.
“Slow and Steady Wins the Race”: Great benefits. IT is lacking, but slowly getting more relevant. IT managers are crazy to think that they can keep employees up to date in IT without spending money on training. I hear Data Warehousing is slowly becoming a significant source of income.
Systems Developer in Pretoria:
Pros: It's closer to home
Cons: The weather
Systems Developer in Braga:
Pros: Flexible time schedule. Close to home.
Cons: Burocracia. Lots of processes.
"Good culture, not the best pay."
Systems Developer in Washington:
Cons: Pay and promotion opportunities. Low bonuses. Lack of transparency in hiring process.
Systems Developer in Stockholm:
Pros: Big city for being in Scandinavia
Cons: Housing market. You have to buy, rentals are locked between 20+ years of queue
"Laid back, relax atmosphere, room for learning."
Systems Developer in Auckland:
Pros: learning new software and gaining skills and delivering tasks on time
Cons: stressful when sprint is short and good work is not appreciated much