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Based on 1,308 responses, the job of Business Analyst, IT has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.76 out of 5. On average, Business Analyst, ITs are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Business Analyst, IT?

February 2018
"Hard work for your money for expensive simple life."
Business Analyst, IT in Miami:
Pros: Cultural Diversity
Cons: Commute, expensive life-style
August 2020
"Lopsided culture."
Business Analyst, IT in Seattle:
Pros: I have freedom to work how I need to in order to take care of my family
Cons: My direct management has no experience with managing people doing Business Analysis
November 2013
"A good job"
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: I get to do what I love and have a lot of autonomy. I get to participate in major projects.
Cons: Stress Tight deadlines Constant change
November 2013
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: Task significance (Variety of tasks) Learning outcome Knowledge Sharing Flexibility with management Work Timings
Cons: Company not keeping their word at some point of time Compensation is less than expected.
December 2013
"Flexible work environment, interesting work."
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: Opportunity to be involved in controlling and influencing how the bank operates.
Cons: Due to public ownership the organisation has become a political plaything. Some decisions are no longer based on business considerations only.
December 2013
"Nothing Much."
Business Analyst, IT:
Keep in mid about each and every small thing related to a project you are assigned for.
December 2013
"The Work Environment Is Relaxing"
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: Working with Curium Technologies I found that this is a place where you can work by putting in your best efforts with a little help of senior management. The stress levels is very low there unless you are unable to met your targets. HRD is supportive.
Cons: You have to be confident on subjects that are your expertise or else you'll struggle to survive.