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Business Analyst Career Path

Sr. Director Business Development

Management & Business > Sr. Director Business Development | Expected Salary: $157,000
Some Industry Advice

Advancing in your career requires an intentional and thoughtful plan that focuses on the six competency areas laid out by the IIBA's competency model. Other certifying entities' competency model might be suitable, as long as the intent of the skillsets leads you from your current state to your dream job.

Top industries for Business Analysts: Healthcare,
Information Technology (IT), Small Consulting Firms, & Government Agencies (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2018).

Career Path By MyJobShine

Business Analyst Career Path

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Entry level (Requirements Analyst)

Worked Here: January 2000 to January 2002

Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems

Penn State Harrisburg
Start Date: January 1996 | Graduated: May 2000

Mid (Product Manager)

Worked Here: January 2002 to January 2008

Senior (Business Architect)

Worked Here: January 2008 to January 2010
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it's all about knowing the exact steps to get to your end goal

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