Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer?

Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer in Woodsfield:
"Pleasant."
Pros: I reside in Woodsfield, OH. I work in Shadyside, OH. We have a great team of caring people that care about others and the end product. Unfortunately, our plant is closing. I have spent 24 years with co-workers who have become like family and at times, got to see me more than my real family.
Cons: The commute over the past 24 years has been the worst parts of my day.

Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer in Greensboro:
"Great city with opportunity."
Pros: Smaller city so short commute. Great character with lots of festivals and outdoor events in spring, summer, and fall. Temperate climate so not much snow in the winter and warm weather in the summer. Cost of living is fairly low.
Cons: Not as easy for single professionals. Need to expand to Raleigh and charlotte for better dating pool.

Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer in Monroe City:
"Home Town."
Pros: Working in my home town where I've lived my whole life. I don't have to commute. The people I work with are friendly and very helpful.
Cons: Nothing.

Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer in Tulsa:
"Find another company that truly values Quality."
Decades of "Get'R Done" mentality has locked Quality and Engineering into situations that cannot be rectified without major changes, which greatly minimizes a QAE's ability to impart noticeable benefit to the customer. Try to accept the fact that you cannot retain your integrity and have any sense of accomplishment in this position. Quality is only a buzzword at this company.

Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer in Wichita:
"Pay attention to detail, note customer satisfaction."
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Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer in Ventura:
Pros: Learn a lot throughout audits and experience.
Cons: Audits are always very stressful.

Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer in North Charleston:
"Headline."
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