What is it like working as a Credit Analyst?
Credit Analyst in Morgantown:
Pros: You are paid to give your opinion on the risks of proposed deals.Good company/management. Stable employment.
Cons: No/limited upward mobility options available due to small size of company. Sedentary work environment. There is nothing exciting about analyzing/underwriting someone else's risk taking.
Credit Analyst in Denver:
Pros: The people here are great. The job is flexible enough to where you can take on assignments if you'd like to.
Cons: There is a lot of pressure to make quick decisions and not drag out the underwriting process.
Credit Analyst in Fargo:
Pros: -Coworkers: good, respectful rapport with lenders and other analysts.
-Job function: I enjoy working through commercial credits and identifying the good, the bad, and the ugly in underlying credits.
-Company: I feel respected and appreciated by upper management.
Cons: -Sedentary work style: one of the few things I dislike comes natural with a "desk job" and that is just sitting all day.
Credit Analyst in Miami:
"Great Learning Experience; Interesting Job."
Pros: Degree of autonomy in my responsibilities.
Great Team around me.
Ability to learn ins and outs of multiple industries.
Good working experience.
Hands on management that always looks to help and improve.
Challenging and interesting job functions.
Cons: Long hours.
Long commute from where I live.
Limited upward mobility.