Quality Assurance Analyst Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Quality Assurance Analyst?

Quality Assurance Analyst in Duluth:
"Fun Atmosphere."
Pros: I like the people I work with and friendship developed. Also, my boss is not pressuring or strict. My job is very flexible in allowing me to Work from home when necessary.I like being able to wear business casual clothes in the workplace. Jeans, nice shirts and any shoe is permitted.
Cons: What I don't like about my job is the lack of support from other departments. Also knowing that my pay is significantly lower than my peers that I work with and I don't feel valued or respected in my department by Corporate and Department Managers.

Quality Assurance Analyst in Columbia:
"Boredom = Good."
It has been my experience that when things are quiet, customers and co-workers are happy. Working in the quality department entails long stretches of boredom broken up by short periods of putting out fires.

Quality Assurance Analyst in Springfield:
"CSG - Eh."
Pros: The leniency with things at the office. It's nice not to be bothered constantly.
Cons: Everything else. The job and work environment are horrible and beat you down until you physically get ill.

Quality Assurance Analyst in West Des Moines:
"Expierence at my Position."
Pros: Pay, benefits, vacation, advancement.
Cons: Daily changes and sometimes you feel like just employee number.

Quality Assurance Analyst in St. Petersburg:
"Stay focused."
The biggest thing with quality is staying focused and finding the problems. It doesn't matter if you're the "bad guy" for pointing out mistakes, your job is to make sure everyone is doing their job properly, whether you're friendly with said person or not.

Quality Assurance Analyst in Miami:
"Prepare Test Cases, Talk with Developers, Create new Tasks."
Pros: Check out the requirements and get the right answers for solving big problems.
Cons: Sometimes the answers or requirements are wrong.

Quality Assurance Analyst in Orlando:
"Dream come true."
Pros: I like being able to work with games that I know are going to impact millions of people.
Cons: The company I'm with is famous for under paying their QA department.