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Roadmap in IT to achieve the highest career growth as a Business Analyst

Hello everyone,

Everyone is wondering that how to get success or growth in career. Moreover, they want to get status for increasing earning potential in the IT industry. If you are doing business analysis or have a plan to choose this field in future then this blog will give you brief knowledge about the profile of a Business Analyst. This will reveal you that how to become master in Business Analyst and make yourself more desirable or more valuable for the industry.

How to become Business Analyst?

The best way to become a business analyst is to pursuing bachelor’s or master’s degree in business administration or analytics or by taking specific certification of online business analysis training course. If you are from totally different backgrounds and want to pursue this field from the start then math is the mandatory thing that you need to learn.

Here are some modules that you will learn in this field;

  • Business Analysis
  • Business Process Analysis
  • Requirements Process
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • Agile Business Analysis
  • SQL
  • MySQL Workbench
  • Advance Excel
  • Tabular
  • Power BI
  • Microsoft Visio

Here is a list of Job Roles of Business Analyst Profile

1. Business Analyst Manager

A business analyst manager is a professional, who leads and manages whole team to ensure that everyone is working efficiently and effectively to support the organization’s business goals.

Salary of a Business Analyst Manager in the US is $112,895

Salary of a Business Analyst Manager in India is Rs 17, 04,452

2. Business Consultant

business consultant is the one who helps organizations to improve their performance by offering advice about business operations for boosting up the profit.

Salary of a Business Consultant in the US is 85,267

Salary of a Business Consultant in India is Rs 13,00,000

3. Quantitative Analyst

A quantitative analyst uses mathematical and statistical techniques to scan problem and to solve it.

Salary of a Quantitative Analyst in the US is $122,254

Salary of a Quantitative Analyst in India is Rs 14,00,000

4. Portfolio Manager

portfolio manager is responsible for managing the investments and making ensure that it is performing well to keep it on track.

Salary of a Portfolio Manager in the US is $80,198

Salary of a Portfolio Manager in India is Rs 10, 00,000

Strategies to get Growth in IT

Grow Skills in Your Current Profile

Some people think that growth can be measure that how well the person is performing in his own field. They also need to acquire new skills in their current field to increase earning potential.

For Example: If your current field is Front end development then tries to learn Back-end, so that you can enhance your earning.  

Go beyond Limits and Acquire New Skills

In other words, if one needs to enhance the skill level in current field as well as in the related fields. He/she needs to start practice about those skills, which they have planned to earn in future by stepping out of his comfort zone.

For Example: If you are working as a Full Stack developer along with that are learning that how to manage projects or how to do market is the type of multitasking people.

Steps to gain growth in IT:

  • Identify what you are interested in.
  • Concentrate on one Topic at a Time.
  • Invest time.
  • Set goals.
  • Do Practice.
  • Test yourself.
  • Focus on Progress.

1. Identify what you are interested in

A simple way to get growth in career is start to identify your interests, because, this helps you to generate new and innovative ideas. For getting desirable a person needs to invest time and effort necessary to reach the goal. Even studies shows that when someone is interested in subject, the training becomes effortless for them.

2. Concentrate on one Topic at a Time

More concentration leads to more effective results, a person needs to focus on one specific task at a time. For example, if you want to become an expert Business Analyst, focus on building algorithms, before you start practice about next task.

3. Invest Time

You must devote time to gain knowledge about new strategies and also do practice to improve skills. Make a plan for doing practice daily.

4. Set Goals

Firstly, try to set goals and then do another try to achieve those goals. To become a professional increase your expertise by working on real life based projects. So, firstly identify your goals and then break them down into smaller sections to achieve it in shorter periods of time.

5. Do Practice

Practice makes the things easier and also prepares you for facing challenges that allow you to grow fast. If you are learning something and doing practice on it, this could mean that you are testing out new skills that you have read.

6. Test Yourself Regularly

Test yourself regularly for retaining new information in your mind and make yourself ready to acquire new skills by understanding new concepts. Studies show that the person, who is starving for becoming professional in a particular field, will make more efforts to improve their self.

7. Focus on Progress

When you receive positive feedback that you are improving in a particular area, makes you confident towards the next step of growth. But on another side, if you get negative feedback, then you will get one another chance to improve yourself.

In this competitive era, there is only way to differentiate yourself from others is to stay on the cutting edge of the industry. Become a professional by working on extra projects and spending more time on practicing. In today’s era, all the industries demands for the persons, who are multitasking and handle multiple tasks by their own, are capable of getting growth in career. Continuous practice of skills makes you able to get high salary package.

 I hope you will get your desired knowledge from this article. Good Luck!!  

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