Based on 3,558 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.
Q: What is it like working as a Financial Analyst?
"Finance is grueling."
If you want work like balance this is the wrong industry.
"Learn Lean Six Sigma, Excel and Communication Skills."
Get ahead adding Lean Six Sigma, Excel and Communication Skills to your technical skills to get ahead and become a leader in your company.
Pros: My immediate boss. The feelin of being relied on for information and knowledge.
Pros: People friendly management.
"It's alright I guess..."
Pros: Gym at the office (but have to pay for ourselves), good manager to work for, fairly easy going atmosphere, ability to work from home when needed.
Cons: No on-site parking until 5+ years at company. Low raises/bonuses. Limited benefits (flex benefits to use up and cover cost or partial cost) - not enough for family benefits. Lack of direction with possible future growth, unknown and no distinct guidelines of opportunities.
Pros: Corporate culture, work flexibility.
Cons: Long hours.
Pros: My coworkers are all on the same page with trying to make sales incentives more simple and more accurate.
Cons: Tedious repetitive tasks should be automated.