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Based on 8,353 responses, the job of Operations Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.86 out of 5. On average, Operations Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Operations Manager?

March 2020
Meticulous, Hardworking, Dedicated hours, Life changing, Process Improvements, Standard Operating Procedures.
Operations Manager in San Diego:
Pros: Its a Selfless organization. We help others daily and develop people to become better leaders. Theres an unimited amount of technically experience that can be gained.
Cons: The long distances often required to accomplish tasks.
March 2020
Very calm atmosphere.
Operations Manager in Hay River:
Pros: The weather in season is beautiful for allowing high production days.
Cons: The insects are really bad, and materials are hard to find for certain projects.
April 2020
Unappreciative and undermined.
Operations Manager in Scottsdale:
Pros: i get to try new things and am challenged
Cons: boss doesnt like me doesnt treat me fair on call 24/7 work on vavations
April 2020
Challenging and Rewarding.
Operations Manager in San Francisco:
Pros: San Francisco is a great place to work - so many opportunities.
Cons: As an older person, I am experiencing a lot of ageism when I job search.
April 2020
Small town and big city all in one.
Operations Manager in Cincinnati:
Pros: Raising my kids and my family here. Great city with both corporate and small family businesses.
Cons: Weather
April 2020
Opportunity to explore ideas and learn new things.
Operations Manager in Bangalore:
Pros: Startup is a place where we can learn business and customer relationship
Cons: Freedom for implementation
May 2020
Downtown Chicago has it's perks - lots of lunch, shopping, and happy hour options, easy access to transportation, lots of summer activities. Cons - fast paced, expensive lunch options, lots of traffic.
Operations Manager in Chicago:
Pros: Easily accessible modes of transportation
Cons: Fast-paced and too political