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Based on 505 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
Do it yourself.
Data Engineer in Cornelia:
Pros: freedom to do work without micromanagement
Cons: political structure of communication between middle and upper management
June 2020
When I start the job its look good but after few months I realize I made a bad choice.
Data Engineer in Karachi:
Pros: nothing
Cons: they give salary on time
July 2020
Rainy Location but lots of Party and fun.
Data Engineer in Amsterdam:
Pros: Huge party scene to have fun outside of work hours and public transport works great
Cons: public transport stops at 1 am and starts at 6am
July 2020
Boring.
Data Engineer in Singapore:
Pros: Rich Amount of data, never really have to worry about cost for computing resources
Cons: Boring, some seniors do not have any big data experience before getting hired, so little chance to learn from “experiences” people
August 2020
Experience vs salary.
Data Engineer in Milan:
Pros: I see a lot of new things in a short time
Cons: We get underpaid for our engineering jobs
September 2020
Data Engineer in Brooklyn:
WeWork has a pretty well run data team with nice, smart people. Despite what you might see in the news, it's actually a good place to work with people trying to make good decisions with good technology.
December 2020
Unable to advance.
Data Engineer in Cincinnati:
Pros: Peers are good people
Cons: Lack of opportunity to advance, no promotions without applying for a different role. Recent mass layoffs of technology staff.