Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Chief Financial Officer (CFO)?
"Casual and Lifestyle-Oriented."
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Vancouver:
Pros: Natural Environment, Casual Atmosphere, Emphasis on Family and Lifestyle, Work Connections, Bike to Work.
Cons: High cost of living, currently working in Burnaby, so commute is longer than if downtown.
"The Land of Opportunity."
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Calgary:
Pros: I like that there is so much opportunity in Calgary no matter what business you work in. The commute to any part in the city is decent and only getting better with the addition of new roadways.
Cons: When the economy is good it is great but when it goes bad, it hits harder than any other city I have lived in. You really feel an economic downturn.
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Grove City:
Pros: Small city, easy to access.
Cons: Limited shopping and eateries.
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in St. Petersburg:
Pros: Culture, food, arts, downtown atmosphere.
Cons: Traffic, crime, parking, streets.
"We have everything a metropolitan city can offer."
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Cagayan de Oro:
Pros: It has everything that Metro Manila and Metro Cebu can offer.
Cons: Job opportunities do not offer much compared to Manila and Cebu.
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Minneapolis:
Pros: Growth and Responsibility.
Cons: Small Company.
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Manila:
Pros: Manila is my home and hence, working in it is fine. I am near my family, friends, and everyone I hold dear.
Cons: Manila is among the worst traffic city in the world, if not the worst. Driving for over an hour each way under heavy traffic is both mentally and physically challenging. It is obvious I could be more productive cutting down on travel time.