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Based on 241 responses, the job of Project Engineer, Construction has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.98 out of 5. On average, Project Engineer, Constructions are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Project Engineer, Construction?

February 2017
"Good country to save."
Project Engineer, Construction in Muscat:
Pros: Currency value is high so cheap living cost.
Cons: No public transport.
August 2019
"It has its ups and downs like anywhere."
Project Engineer, Construction in Sacramento:
Pros: For the most part, the area isn't bad
Cons: It's getting very overcrowded lately
October 2015
Project Engineer, Construction:
Pros: Less stress, convenient working hours.
Cons: Office politics, No appreciation.
February 2016
"The training provided."
Project Engineer, Construction:
Pros: The ability to learn on the job.
Cons: The pay.
June 2016
"Be ready."
Project Engineer, Construction:
Keep detailed records. Document everything you do. Report the facts only.
February 2017
"Cost effective."
Project Engineer, Construction in Muscat:
Pros: Saving potential.
Cons: No public transport.
March 2015
"Same job, same responsibilities, different compensation."
Project Engineer, Construction:
Pros: It's a great company. I like where I work. Good benefits.
Cons: I do the exact same thing as everyone else does in my department, but since I have an engineering "technology" degree I get paid A TON LESS than everyone. It is very stressful and depressing.