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Based on 3,536 responses, the job of Senior Software Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.94 out of 5. On average, Senior Software Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Senior Software Engineer?

January 2014
"Good Company For Having My Experience With Them Of 1 Year."
Senior Software Engineer:
Pros: Lot of space to learn on technologies, salary paid on time.
Cons: Employer retention rate is low, no HR in company, no culture, no trip, only 6 days paid sick leave, no casual leave in a year, no pick and drop facility.
January 2014
Senior Software Engineer:
Pros: Get to learn New things, as it has CRM product.
Cons: Advance technology is not used, we are still working on old tool.
February 2014
"Mainframe Senior Software Engineer."
Senior Software Engineer:
Pros: Fixed salary.
Cons: Politics.
March 2014
Senior Software Engineer:
Pros: Every thing looks fine here. Got good works here.
Cons: As compare to other company, there are a lot of variation in Salaried in between individual.
March 2014
"The Best Job I Can Think Of."
Senior Software Engineer:
Pros: Problem solving, endless challenge.
Cons: Tight schedule, negotiating non-technical customers.
March 2014
"Work Flexibility, Perks."
Senior Software Engineer:
Pros: Opportunities are readily available, offered, and accepted. Diverse technical environment, mix of cultures, wonderful customers to work with, enthusiastic colleagues.
March 2014
"My Salary."
Senior Software Engineer:
Pros: Learning new technology everyday. Have a good work life balance (though I try hard to get it) Excellent Leaders (AVP, VP) A person who works exceptionally and comparatively better than others can get most of the benefits.
Cons: Company should encourage people to its own growth as well as employee's growth. Can't stay same way or move slowly up in the ladder.