Facts to love about Business Analytics
I am doing Business analyst certification in Bangalore from a renewed institution. I have encountered some interesting facts which I love about the Business Analyst profession
Here are a few things to love about a career in business analytics:
Building the world a better place. If you help to solve even just a few problems and help a few people understand each other better, you’ll have done your good work for the day.
Helping smart people communicate. There’s no doubt that you work with some awesome people. Yet, without your assistance, they still seem to talk past each other. As a business analyst, you get to jump right in and facilitate some amazing, challenging collaborative working sessions.
Asking the tough questions. Seriously, you get paid to ask the difficult, complicated, and challenging questions that no one else wants to check to make sure that the project goes more smoothly and truly solves the underlying business problem.
Being super techy. Sure, you like to understand how the latest and complex systems work, but you don’t have to code them or even understand them in a super-detailed way.
Learning opportunities. Business Analysts professionals never stop learning. New domains. New stakeholders. New techniques. New approaches. New technologies. There is always something new daily and interesting to do around the next project corner.
No validity on your skills. Business Analyst skills you build like requirement gathering, facilitating, problem-solving, and leadership will serve you in your life-long career. The facilitation technique you learned as a junior Business Analyst can be just as applicable on your 100th project as it was on your 1st.
Rising Salary. The most recent salary survey shows average salaries upwards of $95K in the US for mid-to-senior level business analysts. Whereas in Bangalore the average salary for a business Analyst role will be 8 Lakh to 20 Lakh depending upon the experience.
The role is on a rising storm. The business analyst job role is becoming more popular and widely recognized each day, the opportunities are increasing, and the role is expanding. Yet, as a profession, business analytics is still new enough that you’ll be starting when things are fresh.
Strong career safety. Whatever shifts happen in the workforce, you are building quality skills and career experiences that future employers will always recognize.