- 5.0Sep 26, 2023Graduate Technical InternFormer EmployeeHillsboro, OR
Interesting work depending on department.
Less community support for interns, events etc.
- 4.0Dec 4, 2023Component Design EngineerFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsHillsboro, OR
Intel is a big, pretty stable company to work for. Good benefits, competitive "total compensation". Though salary is a bit wanting, if you can tolerate the "golden handcuffs" (stock compensation), it can be good. Your manager is the single biggest influence on your own success, stability, and career. Good manager = good career (converse is also true)
Intel is the 800lb Gorilla in the industry. They do what they want. While they pay lip service to "employees are the foundation of our success", that's all they do. Their actual foundation is apparent shareholder value, and their federal gov't contracts. Toward that end, they are leading the charge on the ESG/DEI game, and it shows in the leftist company culture. If you can tolerate the game, its a fine place to work. If you're not a leftist, or can't stand them, not a great place to work.