Electrical Engineer Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Electrical Engineer?

Electrical Engineer in Colmar:
"Revise engineer, create design spec."
Pros: Handle a lot of different projects. It's good for me to get more knowledge of how the part actually works in the vehicle.
Cons: Salary is pretty low compare to other companies.

Electrical Engineer in Columbus:
Pros: Gain experience.
Cons: Pay.

Electrical Engineer in Dallas:
"I love it. Always learning. Never bored while in the field."
Pros: Love traveling. Always learning.
Cons: The time off. Last minute changes. Communication.

Electrical Engineer in New Orleans:
"Great People, Okay Pay,"
Pros: Great starting job, learn the basics of instrumentation and electrical distribution.
Cons: Stagnant career. People higher up treat you as if you are insignificant. Hard to progress your career.

Electrical Engineer in Duluth:
"Office conditions."
Pros: Management is good, culture of company is good.
Cons: Repitition of daily activities.

Electrical Engineer in Austin:
"Electrical technition."
Pros: The labs and instructor.
Cons: Only 5 hours each class a week.

Electrical Engineer in York:
"Team Element, Being Part Of A Larger Whole, Very Rewarding."
Pros: Work flexibility is amazing, especially with a 9/80 schedule. Professional environment is very refreshing. Enjoy learning every day. Surrounded by people who will drop whatever they are doing to lend a hand or offer advice. When it does occur, the team-driven experiences are what I like the most.
Cons: Can sometimes get overwhelmed, which lends to operating in isolation, takes away the benefits of teamwork. Some aspects are out of my control, can only do so much. Accessibility of management varies quite a bit. 10 hours of "professional overtime" lends to an all or nothing approach. Lack of physical activity, or in general being able to put my hands on something vs. sitting at a desk working up documentation.