- Offer at Boeing, should I take it? I was formally offered a non-union engineering position at Boeing Commercial. The initial offer of $109k, less than my current pay ($112k). Negotiated and got $114k. Im wondering if its worth the hassle to jump ship for such a small bump. Things like insurance gaps, longer commutes, loss of politic
- Boeing compensation and work environment About to get a job offer from Boeing, I was wondering if anyone could give me some insight on what sort of salary an E2 is making at Boeing. In particular, if anyone has insight as to what kind of work environment to expect I'd appreciate it.
- Can someone please evaluate my offer for L60 at Microsoft? Base:115k Signing: 10k Stocks: 20k total over 4 years Location: redmond I don't have any other offers so I have no leverage to negotiate. I have about 1.5 years experience total. I'm happy with the offer as it a huge step up from my current salary at Boeing. However my friends say I got lowballed
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- Salary range for Engineer II at Boeing My spouse got an offer from Boeing for a design & analytics engineer II. Does anyone know the pay range for that level? They have 3 years experience in design, 7 years in the Air Force (avionics tech- 5 yrs active duty), and is 2/3 complete with their masters in AE. We weren’t excited by the offer a
- Boeing Internship I am aware that it’s easy to get trapped at Boeing if you stay, so after completing an internship would you recommend not accepting a full time post grad offer?
- Salary History Why does Boeing ask for salary history for prior roles? It doesn’t seem fair that they can leverage that when they make the offer and they don’t even disclose the salary range. I feel like this should be illegal.
- Skills: Difference between new grad and self-taught? What kind of skills do new grads have that qualify them to get multiple offers before even graduating? Do grads have a large portfolio of apps and Github contributions to prove they have the chops? I'm asking because as a self-taught I've been told I need to have all these things plus experience to
- Test Engineering Companies Feel like Boeing will be the the end of my technical skills if I don't find something new or different to work on. I've always been fortunate to work in a lab setting where I can develop and write tests for hardware. With much of the work no longer staying around SoCal, seems wise to think about t