R&D Engineers at Penn State University give their company a 3.1 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Penn State University is 4.2, making them 30% less happy than every other employee at Penn State University and 25% less happy than every other R&D Engineer on CareerBliss - the happiest R&D Engineers work for ArmorWorks.
"Having worked for the Penn State Applied Research Laboratory for over a decade, I have found a wealth of talent and good-spirited people who are some of the brightest in their respective fields. I have had the privilege to work on one of the most advanced autonomous vehicles in the world. Relations with direct upper management are excellent, but beyond that, relatively nonexistent. Compensation for the area is second-to-none, but upward mobility is very planned and raises are fixed."
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