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Based on 271 responses, the job of Financial Analyst has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.67 out of 5. On average, Financial Analysts are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Financial Analyst?

May 2021
Challenging and fulfilling.
Financial Analyst in Port Angeles:
Pros: I like working for a company that always does what is best for the community
Cons: I think my department is stretched thin.
June 2021
Dynamic with learning opportunities.
Financial Analyst in Singapore:
Pros: A lot of autonomy on self-started projects.
Cons: Sometimes expectations are not so clear. Pay could be better.
June 2021
Balanced.
Financial Analyst in Toronto:
Pros: Good working environment
Cons: Not too many opportunities for growth. Almost no benefits and restrictions to hire full time employees that mal contractors feel excluded
July 2021
Average.
Financial Analyst in Houston:
Pros: The department I work in and the relaxed atmosphere my specific department promotes.
Cons: Compensation is not determined fairly based on my own research. Pay scales are not updated regularly to keep up with outside inflation and competitiveness among other similar employers within higher education.
July 2021
Great place to work.
Financial Analyst in East Hanover:
Pros: Little traffic coming into the office. Beautiful areas surrounding our office.
Cons: NA
October 2013
Not so Satisfied
Financial Analyst:
Pros: allowing mobiles on floor.
Cons: night shift
September 2013
pressurised and varied
Financial Analyst:
Pros: Using AAT and exposure to financial reporting
Cons: Salary and not receiving increase n salary following transfer to new dept