On average, employees at Pearson give their company a 3.8 rating out of 5.0 - which is equal to the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Pearson employees are Software Development Interns submitting an average rating of 4.0 and Equipment Services Project Managers also with a rating of 4.0.See all Pearson reviews »
"I've worked at Pearson for about 2 years now and it is a very unique place to work. Things are always in a constant state of change internally so I am always being assigned to work on new projects, which makes this a very dynamic place to work."
"Coming from a non-profit industry, Pearson is a major change. It's a huge company with offices all over the world."
"Good to work for this company."
"I have worked as an intern and I liked the work environment there."
"I started at Pearson in 2010 and have gained much experience along the way and developed my skill set. I'm thankful for what I have learned here but I don't plan on being in the assessment industry much longer."
"I've worked for Pearson for about a year."
"Management does not care about employees, nor do the higher-ups. This is a foreign owned co. do not care about their United States employees, jobs sent overseas to India and other countries."
"Pearson Education is one of the most reputed international companies."
"I haven't been here very long, but so far it's been a good company. Management is very approachable and open to feedback, and compensation is fair."
"I have only worked for just 4 months in contract project. But I received all resources needed for that project."
"Good company with great benefits."
"Hmm.. everything is good anyways."
"Pearson has been a good company to work for, there are 40,000 people who really do come in every day to try to solve the big challenges in education. In my 13 years there I have found colleagues with passion and dedication."
"Pearson Education is in the midst of a major re-org, until it is over not recommended."
"Strong company with good culture. Current reorg has a lot of people nervous, but the outlook is good."