Data Analyst

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Data analyst is responsible for conducting full lifecycle analysis to include requirements, activities and design. Data analysts will develop analysis and reporting capabilities. They will also monitor performance and quality control plans to identify improvements.

Most entry-level professionals interested in getting into a data-related job start off as Data analysts. Qualifying for this role is as simple as it gets. All you need is a bachelor’s degree and good statistical knowledge. Strong technical skills would be a plus and can give you an edge over most other applicants. Other than this, companies expect you to understand data handling, modelling and reporting techniques along with a strong understanding of the business. Programming Complexity is low to medium.

Career Path & Qualifications. Skilled data analysts are some of the most sought-after professionals in the world. Because the demand is so strong, and the supply of people who can truly do this job well is so limited, data analysts command huge salaries and excellent perks, even at the entry level

The minimum degree you need to have to become a Data Analyst for most of the entry-level Data Analyst positions is a Bachelor’s degree. The eligible streams are Economics, Finance, Mathematics, Statistics, Information Management, and Computer Science

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