I'm a college student thats around the corner for graduating but want to start with a good career I'm looking for information on federal program analyst jobs in san antonio tx. Does anyone know where I can apply for it in san antonio and the requirements, salary etc? what is the daily routine for such a job? Strictly looking for a federal
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Looking for a way to get a jr business analyst job, any suggestions how to do this in calgary?
I work as a programmer and have a masters in computers. Though I like my job I would like to shift towards some business side and bit away from technical side. What does it take to be business analyst at a company? Do I need to do an MBA necessarily? I do not want to go to school again but I am sure there must be some reading I can do on my own to apply for Business Analyst jobs? Thanks.
Sorry for missing out, yes I am talking about business systems analyst, related to computers.
Relocating to dubai with my husband..would it be easy to find a IT business analyst job in dubai? I have over 4 yrs of relevant experience and am currently employed in the UK...how easy would you think it would be to get a job there?
Can an Auditor apply for a Financial Analyst job as well?
Hi, I'm a fresh graduate and still thinking on whether to pursue career in financial or investment analyst job. The thing is I really like analyzing financial statement of a company and love valuing whether the price is cheap or not and make an investment on it especially on a long term basis. But I hate dealing with complex statistical datas and econometrics.
So is there any analyst or other job that allow me to do these things that I love without having to deal with all those statistical datas and econometrics on trend, macroeconomics, etc and still earn good earnings?
Please share with me your expert advice, opinion as well as where to get the job on this matter. I'm really grateful for your kind help.
I have 1 more year of undergrad with a 3.7 gpa and have been told that I have a good shot at an analyst job. I hear they start at $100K right after undergrad school (after bonus), but the life style is horrible. But i do like money, and want to be rich. They say that if you stick with it for 10 years you are easily a millionaire.
Who is more qualiffied to work in finace jobs such as stock boroker jobs and financial analyst jobs accounting grads or finance grads?
I recently graduated with a degree in Economics, but unfortunately I am lacking in actual job experience in my field. What is the best way to find jobs in my case? I am finding it difficult to find jobs that don't require at least a couple years of experience in addition to the education I have. I am open minded, and will take any thing in finance, or accounting that I think I qualify for. I also have taken classes in math and stat and would be interested in any kind of analyst job in these areas if I qualify for them. I realize there are internships, but I think they are usually targeting college students. If it makes a difference I'm looking for something in the Baltimore/DC area, Frederick, Montgomary or other nearby county in MD.
I have researched this a lot, and many websites say it is possible and history majors have good qualities for sales analyst jobs, but are most companies looking for someone with a business degree?
I see one job that requires a high school diploma but three years of relevant experience. It's a business analyst job with an HMO.
Okay. I have a college degree so I'll just apply and see.
I have an IT programmer analyst job with a consulting firm. Can I legally start an LLC that I do IT projects for in my spare time, using my own hardware and software, in areas of IT that are partially related to the consulting work I do?
Will my employer be able to assert any intellectual property rights over the projects and products I build working for my LLC, and do I have to somehow store evidence that I am not utilizing my employer's time / hardware / software?
I finished my MBA(finance) in india. I want to work as analyst jobs like business, finance or research. I have total exp 1.2yrs . I want to work in good companies in australia.
My school offers a degree in marketing analysis, but I heard a lot of these jobs look for stats/math/econ majors due to their quantitative skills.. Which would be the best path to getting a marketing analyst job?
I am looking for a systems analyst job, and I am having some trouble finding a good for my skills and abilities. I wanted to try and access other venues in my job search instead of computerjobs, career builder, dice, and other job search agents. I am not looking for a temp agency either, because I would like something a little more permanent. Any information or advice you could give, I would appreciate it.
I got a job opportunity from a very good firm for IP analyst job. I cleared the first online test and the second telephonic interview, but I have not yet got any confirmation from them after my second online test which I gave almost a month back. The test was very tough, but my performance wasnt that bad in it. Please help what should I do ?
I’m interviewing for an analyst job with this event planning company. The director (she’s also the owner) scheduled the interview to take place at a local Starbucks. I have never had an interview offsite before and I’m a little nervous. Any tips? I don’t drink coffee (I hate coffee actually). Should I order tea? Should I order anything at all? She told me to dress casual. I’m freaking out, not sure why…. since I’ve had many interviews in the past. But all of them were on-site, formal etc.
Thanks for any tips.
I just graduated in December 2006 from the University of Kentucky. My degree is in Psychology, but I have a passion for financial analysis and business developement. I was involved with a wonderful small business throughout college in which I was able to manage all of the financial/customer/business data and use it to help grow the company (a lot.)
However, now that I am out of college and want to move into a sustainable career (i.e. support my family with pay and benefits,) I am finding it difficult to pursue my passion. My wife and I want to move to the Central Florida area (where we were engaged, honeymooned, etc.) I have applied for dozens of analyst jobs down there, but, as of yet, no bite. How does one "break into" this field?
I've been working at this payroll company for almost half a year and I still have half a year left until I get my degree in Finance.
I'll be applying for a financial analyst job next year after graduating. I've gotten other job offers, but they were all located too far. I'm helping the CEO with many tasks. I work with some accounting, taxes, and payroll.
Do you think this job will look good on my resume when I apply for the financial analyst position? Or will it do me no good?
Thanks! I really need some advice!
I wish to work in the public services in Ontario,Canada for research, or analyst jobs. I was wondering if doing temporary work in the government is a good stepping stone to get into the government even if the position/ deparment is not what I wanted. Should I just work for private company for related jobs/field before trying another around of applying? Or should I just take the first government job offered even it is not related to my position that I wanted such as doing customer service or as a software tester?