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Based on 2,050 responses, the job of Information Technology (IT) Director has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.07 out of 5. On average, Information Technology (IT) Directors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Information Technology (IT) Director?

August 2016
"Feels pretty good :)"
Information Technology (IT) Director:
Pros: Lot of tasks to do everyday, interesting job, not repetitive tasks.
Cons: Lot of hours spent at work, almost 24/7 availability needed.
August 2016
"Apptitude & Good Work Ethic While Being Positive."
Information Technology (IT) Director:
Invest in your staff and work with them.
September 2016
"That you can't please everyone."
Information Technology (IT) Director:
Have double thick skin.
October 2016
"Delivery and Transformation."
Information Technology (IT) Director:
Pros: Delivery and Transformation for a large account.
Cons: Nothing I can think of to report here.
January 2017
"Good work culture."
Information Technology (IT) Director in Hyderabad:
Pros: Good work culture, good atmosphere, healthy compitition.
Cons: Traffic in the peak is horrible and pollution from vehicals.
January 2017
"Cost of Living."
Information Technology (IT) Director in Rocky Mount:
Pros: Renting is affordable compared to neighboring states in the north. Moving from Maryland, our monthly rent went down by more than half.
Cons: Working in an area where the cost of living is low, the salary is also low compared to the neighboring states in the north.
January 2017
Information Technology (IT) Director in Longview:
Pros: Small town feel.
Cons: Non-progressive mentality, many impoverished people unable/unwilling to work.