Business Analyst (Unspecified Type) Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Business Analyst (Unspecified Type)?

Business Analyst (Unspecified Type) in Fort Mill:
"Stress Level, Open World of possibilites,"
Pros: Working with IT and Clients as a liason, lot of challenges.
Cons: Pay.

Business Analyst (Unspecified Type) in Reston:
"Overall good."
Pros: The work can be very interesting and engaging. The atmosphere is very relaxed. My work is verbally recognized as good and helpful. I get positive feedback frequently. The hours are flexible, my boss is very reasonable.
Cons: I am covering two positions, keeping up with the work can be very stressful.

Business Analyst (Unspecified Type) in Marysville:
Pros: I enjoy problem solving, using mathematics to predict issues, trends, etc. And indicate solutions.
Cons: I feel undervalued in my current role.

Business Analyst (Unspecified Type) in El Dorado Hills:
"Business Analyst and what it takes."
Pros: The culture, the job responsibilities, the different aspects of your job functions. There is no limitations. Therefore, need to retrieve all information and pull in all stakeholders to present or resolve the issues.
Cons: The hours. Insufficient support from some individuals.

Business Analyst (Unspecified Type) in North Sioux City:
"Great Job."
Pros: I love what I do - working with data is something I really enjoy doing.
Cons: The pay and benefits aren't great but I believe this applies more to the specific company I work for than this line of work as a whole.

Business Analyst (Unspecified Type) in Oklahoma City:
"Interesting but Vague."
Pros: Working on reports, data analysis, excel.
Cons: Business Analyst is kind of a catch-all term here, so the job is not strictly defined.

Business Analyst (Unspecified Type) in Cortland:
"Asking For A Raise."
Pros: I like that my job is challenging. I always receive new tasks and responsibilities, which shows trust from my management.
Cons: I believe I am underpaid for the experience and knowledge that I provide.