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Product Development Scientist Reviews

What is it like working as a Product Development Scientist?

May 2020
We are an innovative, highly collaborative team of individuals that work extremely hard to make the medicines of tomorrow.
Product Development Scientist in Bend:
Pros: I enjoy working in the lab and with instruments. The challenge of working with data analysis and interpretation presents a constant flow of ideas and opportunities to learn from my coworkers.
Cons: The boasting about the financial success of the company at quarterly gatherings stings when the cost-of-living increase falls short of the expectation.
February 2021
You'll rarely earn enough to keep your head above water.
Product Development Scientist in Santa Rosa:
Pros: The industries that dominate (food, wine, and cannabis) are close-knit and there's a lot of opportunities to network & learn here.
Cons: The cost of living and constant threat of losing everything in a fire. plus the lack of affordable housing and stagnant wages really make it hard to be comfortable here. So ya know, same as working in most places these days (typical millennial answer, no doubt)
January 2014
Work Summary.
Product Development Scientist:
Pros: Great People.
Cons: Compemsation.
November 2021
Blast ahead and think like a scientist!
Product Development Scientist in San Jose:
Pros: Flexible time as they work more towards a better work-life balance
Cons: Teams are slightly silo due to the pandemic

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