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I have been working at Antea Group full-time (More than a year)
I have worked for Antea for a little over a year. I have had so many wonderful opportunities to learn and I have never gotten pigeonholed into one field. I am happy to have found a company that instead of being focused on only a bottom line, will say to me "hey, we have this project and are not sure what to do, take some time and design a system and then we will discuss." On the other hand, I have worked with several project managers, and I can happily say, none of them are ever too busy to show me what I need to do. I have gotten to learn so much, mostly because they are all willing to teach me! The flexibility in the company is incredible and they are willing to pay for trainings that will benefit their engineers. The benefits are very good. Work-life balance is great! All that being said, you have to find your own place in this company. When asked if you can do something, "no" is never a good answer. Being willing to try and learn is what will make you succeed here.
The pay is lower than industry, but certainly higher than entry level government. For me it's a good trade-off because where else would I be able to mostly set my own schedule? I can work 4-10 hour days and leave on Friday for a trip.
Advice to Management
Don't neglect your engineers in favor of people who will work for less. We certainly need a diverse work staff, but junior engineering staff is equally as important. Once people begin retiring, you will need the trained junior engineers to start taking over those important roles and using their PE stamp.