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Based on 3,541 responses, the job of Executive Director has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.38 out of 5. On average, Executive Directors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Executive Director?

July 2020
"Working In Columbus, ohio."
Executive Director in Columbus:
Pros: Laid back, fairly progressive city. Diverse cultures and stable economy.
Cons: It's familiar territory being a native of the city.
July 2020
"Working in Battle Creek."
Executive Director in Battle Creek:
Pros: I love this community I grew up here and I primarily work educating youth in the arts. I love being able to pass the love I have on to the kids in the community.
Cons: Arts is not as widely supported as it could be.
July 2020
"Lisbon - a city full of opportunities and innovation."
Executive Director in Lisbon:
Pros: That everything happens in Lisbon, professionally.
Cons: The long commute
July 2020
"Work Hard. Play Hard."
Executive Director in Minneapolis:
Pros: The seasons, culture and recreation.
Cons: Wondering if there could be more somewhere else.
August 2020
"Salem has a beautiful quality of life."
Executive Director in Salem:
Pros: Not too big, not too small, surrounded by beauty, lots of social philanthropy in making our city work great together
Cons: Still is too white and too conservative in terms of race
August 2020
"Demanding & Fulfilling."
Executive Director in New York:
Pros: There is a diverse and committed community development field in NYC.
Cons: The constant pace can be a grind.
August 2020
"Rewarding Work Makes a Positive Difference for Many."
Executive Director in Kennewick:
Pros: Being able to equip others indispute resolution
Cons: Financial pressure