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Based on 1,871 responses, the job of Manufacturing Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.7 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?

December 2017
"Not crowded."
Manufacturing Engineer in Corona:
Pros: The people are nice and it's not crowded.
Cons: There isn't anything bad. It's getting overpopulated.
December 2017
"Value."
Manufacturing Engineer in Warrensburg:
Pros: People are not corporate.
Cons: Commute time, town is boring.
December 2017
"Value."
Manufacturing Engineer in Warrensburg:
Pros: People are not corporate.
Cons: Commute time, town is boring.
January 2018
"Work with people."
Manufacturing Engineer in Oxford:
Know How to work with manufacturing personal.
November 2018
Manufacturing Engineer:
Only work , management is very smart and gets work done by any means , hook or crook. The company has short term plans and no organisation structure which says within a span one can achieve and be promoted. Nothing as such.
December 2018
Manufacturing Engineer in New York:
Pros: solving problems
Cons: old equipment that frequently breaks down
December 2018
"I would like to become a freelancer."
Manufacturing Engineer in Sinaia:
Pros: Remote working from my home, in the ranges I love: Big Data, Statistics, Data Mining, Modelling&Simulation
Cons: Few real jobs in 40 km proximity