Dipali Pandurang Gund

I have heard that most of the Research Analyst are confined to office spaces and cubicles. Isn't that too boring?

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RE: I have heard that most of the Research Analyst are confined to office spaces and cubicles. Isn't that too boring?

Alok Agrawal
Alok Agrawal
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Mananger at Etoe Group/Career Counselor
  • Bangalore

Hello there..

To start with let me first introduce you to myself, I am working as a financial analyst in a private company, I did my MBA in finance from IIM Shillong. I am having more than three years of experience in the same field.

Now coming to your question about the research analyst and there working style which is confined to office spaces and cubicles, I think I can answer you better as My job of Finance analyst is a similar type job as compared to research analyst which requires to work in a confined place.

Though it is true that the research analyst are confined to offices spaces and cubicles, it is not that boring because the work they do is far more beyond thinking of boredom and entertainment.
The work demand hard work, continuous brain storming, lot of analysis and findings, which left them with no option to think about any thing else than to work and work more.

The task requires full involvement and keen and deep analysis of all the data and reports generated after that.

Yeah it seems to be boring sitting in same place inside a cubicle all the time and working but actually it is not so boring. If you enjoy your work and you start loving what you do than you will really enjoy doing it and will not think of boredom or any thin else.
It does not matter where you sit, how long you sit, how often you travel, its all about interest areas, focus on your work and objectives.

If you have decided to move ahead in career as a research analyst, than do not think about getting bore in cubicle and office spaces rather you need to think about how to learn some more new things related to research field and improve your skill set and move one step ahead of others.

Hope all the explanations above clarify your query and now you can think in a better way about your future and career ladder and now you do not have comprehensive ideas about the research sector work culture.
Think positive, be positive, do positive is the key to success, always remember that and be cofident and stick to your commitments.

All the best for your future.

Thank you

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