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Based on 1,657 responses, the job of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.29 out of 5. On average, Chief Financial Officer (CFO)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Chief Financial Officer (CFO)?

July 2020
"Heavy workload but rewarding."
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Frisco:
Pros: Knowing that my daily work helps promote a cycle of giving that makes the world a better place
Cons: The CEO does not consider others' opinions when making strategic decisions for the organization
July 2020
"Never a Dull Moment. If you like challenges and diversity, this is good."
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Springfield:
Pros: Able to work independently a good deal of the time; also enjoy team efforts.
Cons: Staffing Issues
August 2020
"Austin is a great tech city with lots of jobs, you just have to be able to deal with traffic and heat."
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Austin:
Pros: This is my hometown
Cons: Traffic
August 2020
"Amazing team and incredible autonomy."
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Dallas:
Pros: The people truly care for each other and their clients. No lip service when it comes to building strong teams and relationships. We also have full autonomy to make things happen!
Cons: The industry can be a bit complicated and finance is not seen as an equal partner in the equation. Sales always rules.
November 2013
"Benefits of being a CFO"
Chief Financial Officer (CFO):
Pros: One of the most senior positions available. Facing all challenges head on. High authority and responsibility position
Cons: Reward is not enough for the effort put in. No promotion system in place. Reviewed on discretion.
November 2013
"demanding, fast paced, stressful"
Chief Financial Officer (CFO):
Pros: The challenge and demands of working in a low margin business. Making investment and financing decisions for new business and products. Building and improving systems to ensure that the information finance produces is not only reliable, but also relevant to the other decision makers.
Cons: Being the only female executive. The boardroom politics.
October 2020
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Grand Rapids:
Overall, it's been an interesting experience. It depends on which department you work at in determining how great an experience can be. The benefits are really generous at the present time. Company culture is improving.