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Based on 252 responses, the job of Project Analyst has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.73 out of 5. On average, Project Analysts are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Project Analyst?

December 2014
"PM."
Project Analyst:
Pros: Flexible working, nice fast laptop, company phone, travelling to client sites, learning new things.
Cons: No HR Department, no on-boarding process, the travel distance is too long, not enough working from home flexibility. Salary too low.
June 2017
"Managing across projects, reporting data, ensuring accuracy."
Project Analyst in San Francisco:
Pros: Learning more technical skills.
Cons: Too much manual work.
July 2017
"Corporate Culture."
Project Analyst in San Diego:
Pros: Work Flexibility.
Cons: No Comments.
December 2018
"Crowded."
Project Analyst in Dallas:
Pros: Nothing
Cons: Dallas
January 2019
Project Analyst:
In my time at M&T, I found that the salary was not worth the jobs performed. Management did not listen to concerns or suggestions at all and made it a very difficult environment to survive within. The benefits used to be better and have been steadily decreased in quality over the years. We were no longer offered any sort of recognition for perfect attendance quarterly and were not recognized for jobs well done however, they did let us know anytime we did anything wrong.
January 2019
Project Analyst:
Horrible morale, more cuts every day with expectations of workers to take on more and more. When people leave, positions aren’t filled, just expected to pick up slack. Every year an excuse for poor pay increases and bonuses.
May 2019
"Project Analyst at Epiq Systems, Inc."
Project Analyst in New York:
Pros: Nobody cares so it's easy to slip below the radar.
Cons: Nobody cares so it's easy to slip below the radar.