Financial Analyst Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Financial Analyst?

Financial Analyst in Chantilly:
"Not bad."
Pros: Data analysis, creating new excel models, having a impact on the direction of the business.
Cons: Unpredictable hours, office politics.

Financial Analyst in White Plains:
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Financial Analyst in Tanzania:
"Corporate culture, work flexibility and pay package."
Pros: Being free and able to work under less supervision.
Cons: Stress.

Financial Analyst in Rockford:
"Love what I do."
Pros: I am able to demonstrate my knowledge and put my skills to use. I am a decision maker and am able to voice concerns, recommend changes, etc.
Cons: There long hours involved and occasional weekends.

Financial Analyst in York:
"Good place to work."
Pros: It's a massive corporation with all the pros and cons that come with it. The pay is enough to live on comfortably and the workload is plentiful but not overbearing. Good people and a steadfast company.
Cons: You are a number. Your manager and co-workers may be nice, but remember in the grand scheme of the company you mean very little.

Financial Analyst in London:
"PAYSCALE."
READ AROUND YOUR JOB SPEC AND KNOW THE PAYSCALE AND HOW TO PLAY THE GAME, ALWAYS LOOK AFTER NO ONE AS NO ONE IWLL GIVE YOU ANYTHING UNLESS YOU WORK FOR IT. EVEN IF YOU WORK FOR IT YOU STILL MIGHT NOT BE NOTICED OR REWARDED SO BE SAVY AND POLITE. I AM NOT SAYING BE SELFISH BUT BE A HARDWORKER, TEAM PLAYER....

Financial Analyst in Phoenix:
"Analyst."
Pros: The work is independent in nature.
Cons: Hard deadlines and little direction from management.