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Based on 4,035 responses, the job of Project Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.92 out of 5. On average, Project Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Project Engineer?

June 2014
"Planning and coordination."
Project Engineer:
Pros: It is in the Office.
Cons: Not gaining experience.
July 2014
Project Engineer:
Pros: Challenging, improve communication and people skills, management, logistics, attention to detail, ability to have responsibility in building large, heavy scale projects, teamwork involvement.
Cons: Stressful, long work hours, some weekend/night work, demanding schedule and cost, must have tough personality to manage.
July 2014
Project Engineer:
Big power comes with Big responsibilities.
August 2014
"Get A Job In The Field."
Project Engineer:
While in college, get a job in the field of construction. Not only does construction labor pay better than most college jobs, it will teach you the skills you need to succeed in school as well as in a construction career. Be engaged, be willing to learn, and try to absorb everything from the hard working people around you.
August 2014
"Coordination With Personals Is A Must."
Project Engineer:
Pros: Job execution, quality and workmanship, material estimation and design calculation.
Cons: No car upgrade, less salary and bad weather.
August 2014
Project Engineer:
Pros: Project Management training and certifications program.
Cons: Mobility : as a consultant we are constantly in movement.
September 2014
"Good Market."
Project Engineer:
Pros: Managerial position, working with proffesionals.
Cons: Low salary, bad organization, .