Intelligence Analysts at Central Intelligence Agency give their company a 3.7 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Central Intelligence Agency is 4.3, making them 15% less happy than every other employee at Central Intelligence Agency and just as happy as every other Intelligence Analyst on CareerBliss - the happiest Intelligence Analysts work for Defense Intelligence Agency.
"I have worked as an analyst for the CIA now for 3+ years and find it to be a very demanding and challenging workplace that enables me to use my abilities to the best I can. The work environment has given me the tools I need to succeed and move up in my field, as I constantly strive to challenge myself, and thus why I believe moving to the private industry would afford me that new challenge. The CIA has given me a great foundation to use my knowledge and skills as an intelligence analyst."
What do you like about working at Central Intelligence Agency?
"Research, learning opportunities, professional growth opportunities, travel, uniqueness, language training, family atmosphere, flexibility, stability"
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"It is a unique and rewarding opportunity, so take the job and make use of all the variety of opportunities and enjoy the stability."
What don't you like about working at Central Intelligence Agency?
"As time went by I began to feel burnt out, overworked, repetitive, stuck in a rut, micromanaged,"
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Impossible to answer, large bureaucracy, no contact, no experience in management"
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