On average, employees at Boeing give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Boeing employees are Mechanical Design Engineers submitting an average rating of 4.6 and Design Engineers also with a rating of 4.6.See all Boeing reviews »
"I have worked for the Boeing Company for 9 years and recommend it."
"Amazing company with multiple locations throughout the globe!"
"Work is pretty average, but the people and management are great."
"Needs an update to stuff. I'm 26 years old and working here makes me feel like I'm 56 years old. I want to feel young while I'm still young, you feel me?"
"The company is very backward and is run by subject matter experts. Unfortunately, these subject matter experts are at least 20 year behind the state of the art."
"Great place to work but may hit a glass ceiling as far as taking the extra step in any possible leadership roles."
"I've worked in the company over 25 years, the benefits are good. Some assigned jobs are challenging. On the whole, the working atmosphere is ok. But not all hard working people are recognized. The working environment is safe, annual performance is not as fair. Hope they will give better rating to people working on difficult project as compared to the others."
"I worked in the annapolis junction office."
"I like working for Boeing. But I'm a technology worker, and their technology is out of date."
"Boeing is a good company to work for."
"I have worked at Boeing Aerospace, Everett, WA since January 2006, I did enjoy working there and gained a lot of experiences in different departments."
"If you are looking to work in IT in the Seattle area, Boeing is not the place what it used to be. Boeing is systematically targeting its expensive (but skilled!) IT workforce and replacing it young unskilled individuals, or with contractors that usually under deliver."
"Good strong ethical values and good customer support at Boeing."
"Regional supplier quality has devolved into a very bureaucratic rigid organization with little empowerment for the quality reps."
"I've worked for Boeing since 1998. My primary duties have been involved with large database systems and providing easy access to the data. I have worked on both Windows and Unix platforms using both Windows technologies and Unix technologies. The company is very large and unfortunately is not oriented for IT types since its primary products are airplanes. Consequently, they purchase and integrate software rather than develop it."