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Based on 497 responses, the job of Data Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.98 out of 5. On average, Data Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Data Engineer?

February 2020
Good collaborative environment.
Data Engineer in Seattle:
Pros: Autonomy in work, support of upper management as needed, everyone is professional
Cons: Poor management training, lack of documentation
August 2021
Not great for Technical Roles.
Data Engineer in Cleveland:
Pros: Offices everywhere in major cities.
Cons: Project types and tech stack, as well as the leadership in tech consulting.
November 2018
Exotic and fun.
Data Engineer in Bangkok:
Pros: People, culture, nightlife
Cons: Traffic, Weather
November 2018
Software engineer in Philadelphia.
Data Engineer in Philadelphia:
Pros: Its small enough to navigate and know tech world but at the same time its growing in tech at very high speed
Cons: Very little to none Advance tech community
January 2019
Working in San Antonio.
Data Engineer in San Antonio:
Pros: Great technology community and beautiful downtown working environment.
Cons: Summer heat
January 2019
It’s good.
Data Engineer in Boise:
Pros: Personal development, emphasis on health, lots of room to move and grow in the company
Cons: It’s big, I feel a little like cattle... not Microns fault.
January 2019
Open-minded and friendly working environment.
Data Engineer in Hong Kong:
Pros: Work with people from diverse backgrounds
Cons: Crowded