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Based on 1,829 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?

March 2017
"My job."
Manufacturing Engineer in San Luis Potosí:
Pros: I like talk and learn about new things, products and people. I always am looking for new challenges and try to give the best of me.
Cons: I don't like my boss, he is not a good coordinator and always steal ideas.
May 2017
"Meh."
Manufacturing Engineer in Herndon:
Pros: It's technical and I can be a part of improvements.
Cons: Not enough pay. CEO is not good.
June 2017
"Tooling and manufacturing engineer."
Manufacturing Engineer in Kalamazoo:
Pros: Corporate culture, working environment, management, empowering employees.
Cons: Stressful, poor payscale.
September 2017
Manufacturing Engineer in Elkhart:
Pros: Parks, recreation, bike trails.
Cons: Commute time, winter weather.
September 2017
"Cost of living is cheap; little to no traffic."
Manufacturing Engineer in Tupelo:
Pros: Cost of living is cheap; little to no traffic.
Cons: Small city, not a whole lot to do, you have to commute to enjoy a good weekend.
September 2017
"Basic."
Manufacturing Engineer in Bird in Hand:
Pros: Its basic. Nothing special here.
Cons: There is not much here. Very basic.
November 2017
"Great People."
Manufacturing Engineer in Boise:
Pros: Support from management/ownership is great. Lots of opportunity to improve operations and have an impact.
Cons: Older facility, limited office space, few conveniences.