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How Do I Become A Business Analyst?
How Do I Become A Business Analyst?

This question was submitted by Anit Patel, a Business Analyst & Software Tester from Sydney, Australia.

I have completed my B.E in Computer Engineering and my Masters in Information Technology (IT).

Now I am working in Software Testing from more than 4 years at the moment. Now, I am looking towards a career in Business Analysis or Project Mgmt.

I will also be more interested in doing BA in Banking Domain later on….

What would be the best way to proceed in my situation ?

How Do You Get A New Business Analyst Position?

How Do I Become A Business Analyst?
How Do I Become A Business Analyst?

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I have over 15 years of IT experience, starting as an operator, then as a programmer and finally as an analyst.

I have taken several classes for Business Analyst and Project Management training.

Yet, I still can’t land a new position as a Business Analyst.

What would you suggest I try next ?

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How Do You Get A New Business Analyst Position?

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Hello my coach (sounds so nice). I am been IT for about 15 years and need top get out as soon as yesterday.

I have reached the ceiling now – but I would like to be a team leader or a manager but to do something challenging.

So I decided that I would like to do a Business Analyst job – something that is different and beside it is lacking here in my department.

Can you tell more about BA`s job description, please? Thank you so much. Have a good day,

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I need to get my thinking straight about the career.

What is the job outlook for entry level business analysts?
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The Business Analysis industry has experienced a significant growth in the last decade.

According to a market analysis, there has been 45% growth in analyst positions between 1990 and 2005, offering increasing opportunities every following year.

By 2014, 27% more growth is expected.