Guidelines for Improving your Business Analyst Career

Before you can improve your business analyst career, you must answer some questions like; which direction should you go and what steps should you take to get there? If these questions aren't answered at the beginning of your career, you may wrongly focus on skills or competencies that will take you in the opposite direction of your goals! To help answer these questions, I have provided you with some guidelines that will come in handy as you move forward in your business analyst career.
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Looking for career advice on what comes after helpdesk. I have attached a document of the various colleges and classes I have taken over the years. My main problem is I have been in IT for 20 years, still paying off college loan and never go beyond $12hr for paycheck. It would be a plus to land a $20hr. I am willing to study and go back to college for certifcation but need some one to point me in a direction. Age 48 requires a bit different outlook in terms of college classes than does

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5 Proven Job Interview Tips Help You Get Hired!

Have you gone on several Information Technology (IT) job interviews, but haven't received a job offer? If your answer is yes, you're not as prepared for the interview as you should be. Your chances of getting an Information Technology (IT) job are slim if you don't prepare properly for the interview-even with a well-written resume. But, don't with the next five proven job interview tips, you can confidently prepare for your next IT job interview. Dressing for Success Can Make a Difference
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I really enjoy my current job which is mostly working in Microsoft Office, Excel, and similar programs. I have my associates degree in business management, but am looking to obtain a Bach. in an IT field. My current job is a mix of a lot of stuff between billing/ record keeping/ general office duties. I would love to work toward a career that would have some flexibility to work from home on a regular basis. I am hoping to begin an online degree program soon, but which direction do

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Hi, I have around 6 years of experience in Mainframe. I want to grow as a strong technical person rather than following the eventual career path of becoming a Manager and so forth. My questions are  - 1. Does this path offers equal monetary benefits ? 2. What are the skill sets I need to learn ? Thanks in advance.

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I would encourage you to learn computer programming because it is a rewarding career that is open to all regardless of age, gender or background.  Here are some of the reasons why "learning computer programming" is a good decision for anyone who is sincerely interested in the career ... Computer Programmers Are In High Demand  There is a higher demand for computer programmers with specialized programming skills in languages like CSharp or Visual Basic.NET than there is a supply

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How To Become A Business Analyst?

I"m looking for a position either as a Business Analyst, Implementation Consultant or possibly account executive for an ecommerce platform provider or technology provider providing services to enhance or facilitate ecommerce, such as an integrator/middleware provider. The best of my experience is with B2B but will consider B2C for a company willing to overlook my limited experience in SEO and social media. I feel like I'm spinning my wheels in my search and am looking for a more efficient
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How To Become A SQL Report Writer

I have just been laid off after 28 years working for the same company as part of a corporate downsize. I have worked for the last 10 years as Project Mgr / Business Analyst within our IS department also managing developers. I have basic SQL skills but I very much enjoyed creating my own queries for data analysis and I would like to pursue a transition to the SQL Report Writer arena. As a result of the layoff and severance / unemployment benefits, I would like to take this opportunity to
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Hi, I have been working as a PL/SQL Developer for 7 years and I have experience in tuning sql statments using EXPLAIN PLAN and SQLTRACE and TKPROF. In addition to that I have one year of experience in OLTP - Relational Database design. In ORACLE 11g, new features like SQL Tuning Advisor, SQL Performance Analyzer, SQL Plan Management and SQL Profiles were added. I am wondering if you can tell me who would be actually working on them? DBA or Developer? Please let me know, if my next step as

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