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Based on 5,182 responses, the job of Mechanical Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.73 out of 5. On average, Mechanical Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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January 2020
"Great Job."
Mechanical Engineer in Fairfield:
Pros: I like the atmosphere and the people.
Cons: Structure is a little disorganized, but they are working on it.
February 2020
"Great to create your own adventure!"
Mechanical Engineer in Albuquerque:
Pros: Working with all disciplines and always having a feeling of providing valued input.
Cons: Not much.
February 2020
"Lots to learn but where is the information?"
Mechanical Engineer in Milford:
Pros: Interesting work, good culture, flexible schedule, generally nice coworkers.
Cons: Lack of training, indecision on new product development can make you feel like work is wasted, unclear on how to advance professionally.
February 2020
"Great Institution, Great People, Great Opportunities."
Mechanical Engineer in Pasadena:
Pros: Surrounded by experts, access to excellent engineering tools/software.
Cons: Difficult to advance quickly career-wise compared to my counterparts in private industry.
February 2020
"Good place to retire, maybe aim for larger city to start."
Mechanical Engineer in Columbus:
Pros: Very quiet and good company.
Cons: Small town and not a lot of things to do.
February 2020
"A place where careers go to die."
Mechanical Engineer in Denver:
Pros: I have a solid group of friends
Cons: The work, the benefits, the management
March 2020
"You can't afford to burn bridges in Shreveport."
Mechanical Engineer in Shreveport:
Pros: I like working in Shreveport because all of my extended family live here.
Cons: Limited opportunities is what I like the least about working in Shreveport.