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          Helping you find a career in the business analyst industry

          A business analyst helps a company to plan the future of their organisation depending on their vision and goals. It is their responsibility to help to reach those goals by putting together a strategy and coming up with solutions to any barriers that may get in the way of success.

          This role can stretch across multiple sectors, so you can pick an area that truly interests you. The best business analysts are those who are great communicators, you'll also need strong project management skills and be able to creatively solve problems. Being a business analyst can be a tough job, but it's highly rewarding too because you are directly involved in steering the future of a company.

          Do I need a degree?

          Your degree is definitely going to help you land a job as a business analyst and will be especially helpful if you want to get onto a business analyst graduate scheme. It proves your sophisticated understanding of business and your analytical skills.

          How do I start?

          At an entry level, try searching for junior business analyst jobs as they offer the chance to learn the ropes of the industry in a role with slightly less responsibility while still getting valuable practical experience. You'll also likely be given a mentor who will be able to use their professional expertise to guide your learning.

          What salary can I expect?

          The average business analyst salary is £35,800 in the UK. However, at an entry level you will likely be paid around £25,000, which will increase as you gain experience.