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Based on 762 responses, the job of Programmer Analyst has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.72 out of 5. On average, Programmer Analysts are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Programmer Analyst?

December 2014
"Data analysing in health care."
Programmer Analyst:
Please update your self on day to day about ms sql server and try to apply it your self even if u dont have chance to do it in your company. Please know the technology completly whatever you knows. Example: your set is sql server. You want to knows all the part of it. Sql database engine. Performance tuning. Ssis. Ssrs. Ssas. Sql dba activities. Then only easier for your career growth.
February 2015
"Challenging."
Programmer Analyst:
Pros: Learning and solving problems.
Cons: Deadlines.
June 2015
"CAI 3 year review."
Programmer Analyst:
Pros: My manager if flexible, and I get to work from home once a week to make driving easier.
Cons: The environment. There is basically no limit to what is okay to say here. From politically incorrect things said about women, minorities, foreigners, sexual orientation. It's an HR nightmare, and even the managers engage in this. It's inappropriate.
June 2015
Programmer Analyst:
Program in your free time to learn new things.
September 2015
"Evaluation to self."
Programmer Analyst:
Pros: Work Culture where one can do the job.
Cons: It's the unhealthy competition between people to grow.
October 2015
"Work Flexible."
Programmer Analyst:
Pros: A Lot of new things to learn. Good place to start your Career.
Cons: Pay is Less considering the work we do... I guess so.
November 2015
"Nothing to say."
Programmer Analyst:
Jump as often as possible to learn new skills.