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Based on 832 responses, the job of Front End Developer / Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.98 out of 5. On average, Front End Developer / Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Front End Developer / Engineer?

February 2019
"Meh."
Front End Developer / Engineer in Vancouver:
Pros: Transit
Cons: Vancouver people are kinda self serving
August 2020
"Working for HA's child company."
Front End Developer / Engineer in Evanston:
Pros: Work/life balance
Cons: Too much tolerance for poor performance discourages star players from taking more responsponsibility
April 2014
"Developing and working on 'visual' aspects of apps."
Front End Developer / Engineer:
Pros: It's a always and fast changing environnement. Technologies always evolved. Good to have work flexibility.
Cons: Not easy to handle and be compatible with all devices types and platforms. And in France, technicals works like developer are undervalued, and not very considered.
April 2014
"Corporate Culture, Low Stress Level."
Front End Developer / Engineer:
Pros: Work with a team, the news technologies in area are good.
Cons: Without flexitime, few companies with careers are in my area, low wages.
July 2014
"Keep Learning."
Front End Developer / Engineer:
I believe that a good front end developer/engineer should also have a good knowledge about back end programming, keep learning even during your spare time.
August 2014
"Experience Can't Be Gained In A Week."
Front End Developer / Engineer:
There is no way easy way around gaining experience. You have to start at the bottom. So many people think they can just go to a code camp for a week and then apply for senior level positions. You have to build for years in order to gain expertise in this field. Take any experience building position you can at first. It won't be glamorous, but it will get you learning. Contribute to open-source projects, and constantly learn outside of the office. If you don't keep learning, someone else will, and they will replace you.
December 2014
"Web Development."
Front End Developer / Engineer:
Pros: Good colleague. Good environment. Good challenge work.
Cons: Less rasing salary. Css debug. Jquery debug. Broswer debug.