Manufacturing Engineer Reviews

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Based on 1,906 responses, the job of Manufacturing Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.69 out of 5. On average, Manufacturing Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Manufacturing Engineer?

May 2016
"Dehumanizing and demoralized."
Manufacturing Engineer:
Pros: I really hate my job. The best thing I hear every day is to go away.
Cons: The people are egocentric, narsacistic superficial and shallow. I hate the philosophy if it looks good it is good. Only care about killing.
May 2016
"Industry oriented personality."
Manufacturing Engineer:
Stressfully and highly dynamic working environment. Expect shift rotate and overtime work. Quick learning is needed. However, compensation and benefit is fairly competitive.
May 2016
"Change your career choise."
Manufacturing Engineer:
If I had known back when I went to ndscs what I know now I would of picked a different career.
October 2016
"Something New Everyday."
Manufacturing Engineer:
Pros: The variety of work, the ability to work with people on the production floor, as well as in Engineering, Design, Marketing, and Sales departments.
Cons: Complacency in Senior Management. We could be a lot better off than we are if people were still willing to put in some effort and calculated risk.
January 2017
"Fast growing, but many small issues."
Manufacturing Engineer in Cincinnati:
Pros: The People make my job a lot better. I work with some very nice and helpful people. The company is growing very very fast.
Cons: Since the company is growing so fast, there are a lot of basic processes that are not universal. Every group in the company does everything different, and it makes it very hard to move forward if no one knows how other groups handle business.
February 2017
Manufacturing Engineer in Salt Lake City:
Pros: Opportunities to play outside. World class entertainment.
Cons: Smog.
March 2017
"Meh."
Manufacturing Engineer in Kent:
Pros: Laid back, lots of overtime if you want it.
Cons: Terrible vacation time, too much overtime. Terrible pay.