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Based on 3,413 responses, the job of Data Analyst has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.77 out of 5. On average, Data Analysts are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Data Analyst?

April 2015
"High work pressure."
Data Analyst:
Pros: Analyising and resolving problems.
Cons: Pressurising other teammates.
June 2015
"Stimulating and engaging."
Data Analyst:
Pros: Big name clients. Creativity. Collaboration. Smart colleagues.
Cons: Lack of organization.
July 2015
"Office conditions."
Data Analyst:
Pros: The different data I work with on a daily basis.
Cons: Reporting can become mundane and people get to lazy to get their own information of off existing reports.
July 2015
"Experience in data analytics, Expertise in statistical analys."
Data Analyst:
Pros: Data mining and exploring new insights in the data.
Cons: Stress level is very high to think differently.
July 2015
"Low stress level, work is very flexible, can work from home."
Data Analyst:
Pros: Work from home, flexible hours, calm enviroment.
Cons: Location is 63 miles away from my home.
July 2015
Data Analyst:
Pros: Data analysis and finding new ways to make the company money.
Cons: Quality of the data and the tasks you're expected to carry out.
July 2015
"Career Prospects as a Data Analyst."
Data Analyst:
Pros: - Working on multiple projects at the same time. - Acquiring and applying a diverse set of skills. - Flexibility to change employment sectors/career paths without having to start all over. - Project development experience. - Applying different strateg
Cons: - Salary band is too broad for comparative purposes. - Job specification is a bit ambiguous.