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Intel Corporation Reviews
What is it like working at Intel Corporation?
"Innovator, Friendly, Fair, Leader."
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General) in Moorpark:
Pros: The ability to be on the cutting edge of new technology
Cons: Sometimes the 80 hr work weeks
"Good, autonomy and full support of the company to win opportunities."
Field Sales Engineer in Munich:
Pros: 1. Full autonomy in work 2. Flexibility 3. Great products 4. Market leader
Cons: 1. Limited growth in regional office in Germany
"I enjoy doing the work of going through the application development codes and modifying them as per the changes in new designs."
Test Engineer in Bangalore:
Pros: Challenging work
"I joined intel as an intern during my 2nd year of mtech. It is always exciting for me to work for intel and I feel proud about working at intel which is one of the best semiconductor company."
Digital Design Engineer in Bangalore:
Pros: I am part of big core design team which is responsible to deliver latest generation cores with high performance, less power, high speed and reliable cost.
Software Engineer in Portland:
Pros: I have no right to complain. My job is cool and flexible and I'm paid well. Environment feels a little cutthroat and culture is a bit robotic. I generally like the people I work with.
Cons: My job would be cooler if it involved more math. I'd like it if people were a little more personable and being treated a little more human would be nice.
"Great work life balance and work flexibility."
Pros: It has lots of variety and flexibility.
Cons: The base pay is lower than most comparable companies.
"High Intensity, Confrontational Environment."
Pros: Good compensation and a lot of opportunity to move around within the company and try different work.
Cons: People are evaluated using a ranking process. If you are not on a popular project it can be hard to move up.