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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?

October 2014
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: Challenging and exciting working on great projects.
October 2014
"Business Analyst with 4 years."
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: Challenges & responsibility.
Cons: Micro Management.
October 2014
Business Analyst, IT:
Constantly be investigating new technology.
November 2014
"Business Analyst."
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: The working conditions and learning opportunities.
January 2015
"Oracle Apps Manager."
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: I like that the job varies from day to day and I get to see all aspects of the business. It's a smaller business, so my experience covers everything.
Cons: Our company is smaller, so we don't have the resources or leverage to move on all of the opportunities presented to us for improvement.
January 2015
"Work Info."
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: Respect for each other and timely salary payment.
January 2015
"Helping shape future enhancements."
Business Analyst, IT:
Pros: The whole world is now realizing how IT can be used to meet requirements in an quickly, efficiently and accurately. Working as a Business Analyst allows you to firstly, understand how the plethora of technologies available today work with one another and secondly, puts you in the driving seat as to how these technologies will be used to meet the User's requirements. Ultimately, the work a Business Analyst does can have lasting implication that drive the success of a business.
Cons: As a Business Analyst, you constantly play the middle man between the Development Team and the Project Sponsors. Things get get tense towards the end of a project if planning has not been done thoroughly upfront and if communication is poor during the project. With IT projects, the only thing that is constant is that things will change - communication is key to managing expectations.