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Based on 991 responses, the job of Business Systems Analyst has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.95 out of 5. On average, Business Systems Analysts are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Business Systems Analyst?

July 2016
"Loyalty does not pay in the IT Industry."
Business Systems Analyst:
When you are loyal to a company in the IT industry you end up being underpaid. It is best to move around every few years to keep your salary up to where it should be.
July 2016
"Build your own relationships."
Business Systems Analyst:
Make sure to build your own relationships with key stakeholders.
September 2016
"Degrees get you in the Door - Certifications get you the Job."
Business Systems Analyst:
Get the appropriate BA Certifications.
November 2016
"Technically driven IT Professional."
Business Systems Analyst:
Pros: Work flexibility.
February 2017
"I love working downtown."
Business Systems Analyst in Cleveland:
Pros: Cleveland is great, cheap parking, cheap lunch special. Small city vibe and fun active city. Commute is super easy.
Cons: Na.
June 2017
"Management Styles Can Make or Break a Team."
Business Systems Analyst in Oklahoma City:
As an analyst you should always consider the type of management you are working with. Management style will determine the outcome of your projects, the way your meetings are conducted, the work environment in the office, how well your performance is perceived and so much more. If you find yourself working with a management team that is not particularly agreeable to change or does not welcome outside input, there will be additional challenges you must be willing to overcome. Be prepared to evaluate your new team as quickly as they are evaluating you to ensure that you are in the most beneficial position for all parties.
July 2017
"Overall a good place to work."
Business Systems Analyst in Paris:
Pros: The commute is pretty smooth, and Paris is a nice area. I like the company, and do have a fair bit of freedom. They're level of growth is impressive. They build really interesting equipment, and have put a large focus on lean manufacturing.
Cons: Growth seems like its stagnated somewhat. From my perception, they don't seem to pay very well. Management is aging, and there hasn't been any succession plan to speak of.