Pros: location, quality of co-workers, pay, vacation time, challenging work, product design
Cons: peer competition, lost in crowd of 100, 000+ employee company
I have worn many hats over my career at Intel. Mechanical lab technician, silicon wafer process technician, mechanical design engineer, structural analyst, project manager, engineering mentor, User Experience researcher, Failure Analysis engineer, and an assortment of brief assignments. This is a testament to the variety of opportunities at Intel.
I've – more... learned far more on the job than as an undergraduate about the field of engineering, but probably what I have learned most has been about my strengths and my character and how they best serve a team of highly competent engineers and technicians to achieve remarkable things together. – less