Apple Review Data
11 total review submissions
|2021||2nd Year Analyst||Cupertino||Operations||flexibility, established company, reputation, good benefits…||long hours, traditional in office work culture, pay not as…|
|2020||Manager||San Francisco||Other||Great work life balance. Great Pay. Great culture. Free…||SF is very expensive and hard to make a living. Low office…|
|2020||Student / Prospective Monkey||Manhattan Beach||Consumer - Retail||Great place to work and fantastic work! Apple really cares…||Stringent work policies and difficult customers. We can’t…|
|2020||Intern||Cupertino||N/A||Finance development program (internship) is pretty strong…||Haven't had the chance to do many meaningful projects…|
|2019||Engineer||Cupertino||Technology||Great work-life balance. Good pay and benefits. Really…||No control over what you work on. Hard to escalate concerns…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Seattle||Generalist||They offer flexible hours and good pay. Staff is friendly…||It rains all the time and rains and rains and rains and…|
|2018||Manager||Cupertino||Operations||Great opportunity to develop international working…||High pressure to achieve deliverables regarding supply and…|
|2019||Intern||Cupertino||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||There are many great benefits for working at apple…||The culture can be quite corporate and work is fairly…|
|2018||Intern||Cupertino||Finance||Obviously - it's Apple. great experience and the…||It can be a challenging place to navigate due to the…|
|2018||Engineer||Palo Alto||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||Challenging problems, little oversight, lots of opportunity…||Work/life balance, lots of pressure, very competitive work…|
|2018||Developer||Sunnyvale||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||Great pay good work life balance great co workers and free…||Can be stressful at times before production release. Also…|
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