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Based on 4,985 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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Q: What is it like working as a Mechanical Engineer?

November 2019
"Initially Got a lot of knowledge of automobile sector."
Mechanical Engineer in Pune:
Pros: Respect about each other and teamworking
Cons: They allow only for 2 yrs of period
November 2019
"Great opportunities for honing my problem solving skills."
Mechanical Engineer in Tallahassee:
Pros: GTT is in the business of manufacturing at a world class level.
Cons: Limited budget
November 2019
Mechanical Engineer in Indianapolis:
Pros: Housing prices are low relative to my salary
Cons: road conditions are not the best
November 2019
"Lovely yet competitive."
Mechanical Engineer in Cape Town:
Pros: Fast paced, social and many adventures
Cons: Hard to find nice mechanical engineering positions
July 2019
"Mediocre, nothing more..."
Mechanical Engineer in Everett:
Pros: - Relatively easy job - you can just work 40 hours a week.
Cons: - Extremely slow and bureaucratic; - Does not differentiate between good and bad employees; there is no incentive rewards; - People are not passionate; - Things move extremely slowly; - Not suitable for passionate, young engineers
November 2019
Mechanical Engineer in Cape Town:
Pros: Bosch offer me opportunities to meet with Clients and lead on projects.
Cons: Tough economic times means pay is very poor. In-fighting between regions over work and resources is infectious.
November 2019
Mechanical Engineer in Fort Worth:
Great company. Pay is kind of low. Would recommend to anyone wanting to get into aerospace, but it’s better to move around to move up. Good CEO and management, only a few bad eggs, but that is anywhere.