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Someone at New Relic says...

The work life balance has always been good and in general the people tend to be really nice. For the Portland area it's probably one of the few options for a tech company so it's good and you'll notice that most of the positive reviews are from the Portland office. But in comparison to the bay area there are definitely better places to work.

New Relic Interview Questions

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People at New Relic Say

This information was sourced from reviews originally posted on Glassdoor.

Excellent grassroots programs with excellent people running the ERGs that can teach you a lot (just don’t expect the company to ever buy in)
This is truly a company of nerds. I should add, nerds WITHOUT inflated egos. It's apparent that everyone swarms together around a certain problem.
Great work life balance and culture here at New Relic. I have met many smart and wonderful people during my time here. I have grown my career here and learned a lot with a wonderful team.
Good benefits, still a well recognized name in the industry. The old guard of entrenched engineers are really smart, but don't expect their time or help. Lots of diversity and inclusion efforts, although there isn't any real diversity or inclusion at the company.

Engineering Levels

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Distributed Systems (Back-End)

152k - Base
24k - Stock
N. A. - Bonus
Full Stack

175k - Base
25k - Stock
15k - Bonus
Web Development (Front-End)

64k - Base
10k - Stock
N. A. - Bonus
Web Development (Front-End)

119k - Base
45k - Stock
N. A. - Bonus
Associate Software Engineer
Full Stack

97k - Base
8k - Stock
N. A. - Bonus