On average, employees at Electronic Arts 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 Electronic Arts employees are Systems Administrators submitting an average rating of 4.3 and QA Testers with a rating of 4.1.
"Fun environment. Ideal for college kid that is trying to get some experience under his belt. Not really ideal for an adult trying to make ends meet."
"Great product, awesome opportunities, good environment, and an awesome team - just a lot of pressure. Also, our latest project had WAY too many chiefs and not enough Indians."
"I have been working here for over four years now and it is a an excellent place to be. I would recommend my friends to join this company."
"I've found this company good to work for."
"I have worked in EA since 2011, and it's been a great experience."
"Great for individuals starting in the industry to get some solid experience."
"Great company, although very hard to move up. Very competitive and the people who get promoted are usually ones with the best managers."
"I've worked at Electronic Arts for more than a decade. In fact, I left for three years and returned because the environment was so good. EA is a good place to work, fun environment and has fair compensation and great benefits."
"EA is a good place to work, and constantly trying to improve. I've worked here for over 10 years and have always had interesting, challenging, creative work to do and found that great work is appreciated and rewarded."
"Great environment and people. Low pay."
"Middle Management can hinder more than help, I think a layer of middle management needs to be cut and the outsourcing model creates more issues with skilled knowledge which only hurts the business in the end. If a more focused approach to retaining full time employees was made instead of cheap contract labor then things could improve across the company."
"Great products, still a lot of undetermined work with the CEO changes and restructuring."
"The best thing about EA is getting to work with talented people. Unfortunately, it is a very large company, and many business decisions are made in a very impersonal manner, ultimately leaving the players with a sense of EA being a soulless money-hungry entity."
"BioWare is the single worst job I've ever had, and I used to cut sheet metal, work at Blockbuster Video, and even as a security guard. BioWare is the absolute worst."
"BioWare Austin has been a wonderful place to work, with an amazing culture and great talented people."
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