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Based on 3,440 responses, the job of Financial Analyst has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.72 out of 5. On average, Financial Analysts are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Financial Analyst?

May 2014
Financial Analyst:
Pros: Exposure to the business, fast paced and client facing.
Cons: Work comes in waves as the tenders come out.
June 2014
Financial Analyst:
Pros: Highly intellectual boss that takes the time to train employees and work from home, financial modeling, increase of technical skills mainly in Excel.
Cons: Corporate culture, rewards not highly based on merit, not technologically advanced, savvy or current, dirty data, slow environment.
July 2014
"Pay Your Dues."
Financial Analyst:
No one is willing to pay their dues. Learn from the best even if it means a lower paycheck. Experience will trump education later in life. If you can work directly for a good leader it will pay dividends for you the rest of your life.
July 2014
"Financial Analyst."
Financial Analyst:
Pros: Broader knowledge, experience.
Cons: Overtime.
July 2014
"Work More. For Less. Much Less. The Company Calls It "Fun""
Financial Analyst:
Pros: Doing what I'm very good at doing (data analysis: financial modeling development), working with very good people (who are also VERY underpaid for what they do for the company)
Cons: Severely underpaid, but get to do what I love to do (for the first time in my life). Is that a "fair trade-off"?
July 2014
"Overall It Is A Good Experience."
Financial Analyst:
Pros: Work culture and good work life balance.
Cons: Rigidness in terms of technology changes.
August 2014
"Work Life Balance Achieved."
Financial Analyst:
Pros: Interesting work, laid back environment, flexible work times, good hourly pay, no stress, friendly colleagues.
Cons: My boss can sometimes be a bit ambiguous when it comes to giving me instructions. My boss can be sometimes temperamental and demands things urgently without pre-warning.