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SAP Business Analyst

Virtusa

New York, NY

1 day ago
IT Business Analyst--Oracle Procure to Pay

Randstad US

Hilliard, OH

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Pitisci & Associates

Tampa, FL

1 day ago
RMS Business Analyst

LRS

Brentwood, TN

2 days ago
Business Analyst

TeleWorld Solutions Inc

Philadelphia, PA

1 day ago
Senior Business Analyst

PC Network

Washington, DC

1 day ago
Business Analyst

Capstone Corporation

Pensacola, FL

2 days ago
Business Analyst - Healthcare Software - Business Analysis

CyberCoders

$50000 - $85000 / Per year

Naperville, IL

2 days ago
Business Analyst II

APC

Cary, NC

1 day ago

Business Analyst Jobs Overview

Imagine a job where you predict, and even influence, the future. Now apply it to businesses, and you have a business analyst job. Business analyst jobs do not require being clairvoyant—BAs use various methods to understand an organization's business and study the processes it employs on a day-to-day basis. After this research, they can see where a company might be going and make suggestions for improvement.

As a business analyst, you'll help businesses become more efficient, reduce costs, and increase revenues by examining financial records. You'll devise systems and projects to help companies improve in these areas and then track their effectiveness. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of business analyst jobs is projected to grow by 11% over the next decade. Analysts will be in demand in healthcare and information technology.

You can start your job search by looking in the broad category of business operations jobs. You can also narrow your search for positions, including:

Business Analyst Education and Skills

Starting your career as a business analyst requires at least a bachelor's degree, most commonly in business administration, economics, or finance. Many BAs go on to earn master's degrees. Getting a Certified Management Consultants (CMC) designation from the Institute of Management Consultants makes you more valuable to prospective employers. Coursework to prepare for a business analyst job includes:

  • Investment management
  • taxation and accounting
  • foundational mathematics and statistics
  • financial strategy

A business analyst needs to be an analytical thinker and problem solver. Oral, written, and interpersonal skills are essential, as are facilitation skills for working with groups of people. For more information, read Monster's articles on how to become a business analyst and a typical job description for a business analyst.

Update Your Business Analyst Resume

Your resume will change throughout your college days and career. To keep it fresh, check out our business analyst resume sample. If you know what kind of company you want to work for or have distinct career goals in mind, it's a good idea to include an objective on your resume. We have business analyst resume objective examples to help with that. We also have a targeted business analyst cover letter to round out your application materials.

Interviewing for a Business Analyst Job

Does the prospect of interviewing for a job make you anxious? Would it help to know what questions your interviewer is going to ask in advance? We have help for you there, too—check out Monster's library of articles on common interview questions so you can devise strong responses before your interview.

How Much Do Business Analyst Jobs Pay?

It's helpful to have a salary in mind before you go into an interview. The median salary for a senior business analyst in the U.S. is $90,435. A business/systems analyst makes a median salary of $91,137. Since wages vary by geographic areas, check out Monster's Salary Tools to determine what you can expect to make as a business analyst in your location. You'll also see some of the latest postings for business analyst jobs and see where business analysts are in the highest demand.

Want to Learn More About a Company You're Interested In?

One of the keys to a great job is making sure the company is a great fit for your career goals, ambitions, and values. We can help with your research into prospective employers with Monster's company profiles. You'll find information about a company, including:

  • Its rank among competitors.
  • The company's mission statement.
  • Its most recent job openings.

What Is The Best Process for Finding Your Business Analyst Job? Start With Monster

Are you ready to start gathering data for your search for business analyst jobs? You're in the right place! Start by clicking on the jobs on this page to begin your search. Would you like to be seen by recruiters? That can happen when you create a profile on Monster. That will allow us to send you job postings and job search tips, too.