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Based on 1,317 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?

July 2014
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: Challenging work, flexibility.
Cons: No new learnings.
July 2014
"Challenging And Rewarding."
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: The client satisfaction when a useful and well designed system is implemented. Good team work and satisfying work environment.
Cons: Stressful at times and also fluctuating times of work. Difficult clients cause a large amounts of stress.
July 2014
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: Secured.
Cons: Less package, no hikes.
July 2014
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: I most enjoy the changes that each day brings. Nothing stays the same in the healthcare industry, and you have to stay focused every day.
Cons: I least like the lack of accountability that people want to take. It is very difficult to get certain tasks and projects completed when people do not want to take responsibility for them.
August 2014
"Good But Can Be Better."
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: Getting to understand and solve roadblocks and issues that are faced by clients and the business, influencing products to match industry trends.
Cons: Low pay, lack of control at times in a team.
August 2014
"Team Work And Diverse Projects."
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: I get to help people solve problems they have with our software everyday and work with developers to make it better.
Cons: Stressful timeline that is hard to predict.
October 2014
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: Analyzing and investigating issues.