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Lockheed Martin Corp Reviews
What is it like working at Lockheed Martin Corp?
"Great Place to Retire."
Project Manager, Operations:
Pros: Only work 40 hours per week, lots of time off, and great benefits. This is the perfect place to work into retirement. A good 50% of the workforce uses LMC as their steady secondary income source for benefits.
Cons: No expectations as long as you stick to the status quo. If you're fine with working for the man and taking forever to accomplish nothing this is the perfect place for you. All of this applies if you find yourself in the average population. You might actually get beneficial work if you find yourself clubbing with the top 10% of socialites who run the place.
"Solid place to work and start out."
Associate Software Engineer in Herndon:
Pros: * Good job security, have you seen the defense budget? * Name recognition * Very low stress * Work on an interesting and fulfilling program that's highly used.
Cons: * Bad cultural fit for young people, very old school style company. * Unnecessary red tape * Obsession over position org charts and titles.
Aerospace Systems Engineer in Fort Worth:
Pros: F-35 is fun to work on
Cons: Miles of Red tape
Associate Software Engineer:
Casual dress code. Okay cafeteria. Poorly ventilated bathrooms. Incredibly thin toilet paper. Dirty chairs/keyboards. Awesome coworkers. Managers that practice favoritism. Very high schedule flexibility. Mediocre pay. Friendlier than anticipated.
"Rewarding, exciting, but..."
Mechanical Designer in Denver:
Pros: Type of work.
Cons: Pay is lower than some other companies for my experience level.
"Wonderful work experience."
System Integration Engineer:
Pros: Opportunity to work a wide variety of programs ranging from flight simulators to missile systems that support the safety and security of our nation. Challenging technological applications to evolving problem sets. Good mentoring and work/life balance. Great customer contact experiences.
Cons: The company sought to reduce overhead and elected to consolidate operations by moving my job (along with many others) from Akron to Orlando. I was offered the opportunity and asked several times to consider relocating with my job but, due to personal reasons, could not accept the transfer so I was laid-off effective 12/18/14.
"Should be better."
Applications Engineer in Fort Worth: