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Based on 5,040 responses, the job of Mechanical Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.74 out of 5. On average, Mechanical Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Mechanical Engineer?

August 2019
"Working For Praxair."
Mechanical Engineer in Indianapolis:
Pros: I like that we never know what is next, always changing.
Cons: HR has done a horrible job keeping talent.
August 2019
"Engineer at Afrisam."
Mechanical Engineer in Johannesburg:
Pros: I get to travel a lot, we get compensated for using our own vehicles
Cons: It is hard to go on external training. Cost issues are raised most of the time.
August 2019
"Not bad."
Mechanical Engineer in Houston:
Pros: good learning opportunities but toxic office politics, no policy for promotions, managers are incompatible
Cons: wrong people. everywhere.
August 2019
"Kakinada is my born city it is keep calm city cost of living is very cheap compare to other cities."
Mechanical Engineer in Kakinada:
Pros: my job role in kakinada is good for me because of here y own house
Cons: i worked in kakinada on sine 7 years for change and good growth purpose i was changed y company
August 2019
Mechanical Engineer in Botany:
Pros: Environmentally friendly & Family Oriented
Cons: Management
August 2019
"Great opportunities in the Land of Enchantment."
Mechanical Engineer in Albuquerque:
Pros: Making a difference in the security of our nation. Weather is great. Food is awesome. Outdoors opportunities abound. Cost of living isn't outrageous.
Cons: High crime rates. Really far from the closest big cities (Denver, Phoenix, Dallas)
August 2019
"ME at H-D."
Mechanical Engineer in Milwaukee:
Pros: Working on a fun product with many great engineering software tools, intelligent people, and lab/test capabilities all with a fantastic global recognition.
Cons: Work-Life Balance can be very poor depending on the department. Non-homogeneous work culture.