Project Manager, Operations Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Project Manager, Operations?

Project Manager, Operations in Austin:
"Great."
Pros: Diversity
Cons: Traffic

Project Manager, Operations in Lawrence Township:
Pros: People
Cons: Management style

Project Manager, Operations in Boulder:
"Great Place to Live/Work."
Pros: The people, atmosphere, working close to the mountains.
Cons: The pace of life can wear on the soul from time to time.

Project Manager, Operations in Boulder:
"Amazing Place to Work."
Pros: The people, weather, mountains & culture is a gift. I'm thankful to work in Boulder, CO.
Cons: The pace of life can wear on the soul from time to time.

Project Manager, Operations in Stone Mountain:
"Traffic/Commute."
Pros: The ability to network with friends.
Cons: The food selections are meager.

Project Manager, Operations in Denver:
"Great city, high cost of living."
Pros: Great weather and overall environment. The people are generally friendly.
Cons: Recent population spikes have caused everything in Colorado to immensely increase in terms of price. The cost of living is rising exponentially but salaries are not.

Project Manager, Operations in New York:
"Working in NYC."
Pros: Working in NYC exposes me to various shops, restaurants and surrounds me with ethnically diverse people.
Cons: I hate seeing the unevenness of our society from the very rich to the very poor. So many homeless people and families out in the streets.