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Based on 3,587 responses, the job of Staff Accountant has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.77 out of 5. On average, Staff Accountants are highly satisfied with their job.
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January 2020
Staff Accountant in Champaign:
The company was great until Nexstar Media took it over & started dragging it down. Now it's like a rudderless ship driving in a circle in the ocean. We hope the people running the place in Texas wake up soon before they lose all the area viewers.
January 2020
"Growing area with limited opportunity in my field."
Staff Accountant in Raleigh:
Pros: Access to most places/companies
Cons: Limited opportunity in my field
February 2020
"City growing fast."
Staff Accountant in Columbus:
Pros: Traffic is not bad, downtown is getting revitalized. Seems to be a growing city.
Cons: Most of the youth here leave after college.
February 2020
Staff Accountant in Houston:
Best Job Ever! Very dedicated team that is results oriented. Open minded group that works with respect. Insurance is a bit expensive, no match on 401K but the people are the best, the culture makes it very worth while.
February 2020
"Far from everything."
Staff Accountant in Markham:
Cons: Far from everything, transit is bad, no place to go after work to relax, not many people to socialize with.
February 2020
"Staff Accountant Pay Grade."
Staff Accountant in New York:
Pros: Work is manageable
Cons: A lot of things go unrecognized. Doing good work is not appreciated and i feel underpaid.
February 2020
"It is similar to other environments."
Staff Accountant in Charlottesville:
Pros: Proximity to home, and the family feel in my office.
Cons: I miss the beach