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In the US, the average business analyst salary is $91,512. This number rose significantly since the $82,493 average salary reported in 2010, and is more than double the median household income. The report summarized salary figures from five other countries in US dollars:
The Ultimate Business Analyst Guide is a course designed for anyone who is, would like to be, or performs the role of the business analyst. Unlike most of the Business Analysis courses out there, this one has been designed in such a way that even someone who doesn't have a business or technical background would be able to learn about the core responsibilities of a Business Analyst.
The course is a little over 2 hours and will also include resources for you to help out with the CBAP certification! I will eventually add practice exam questions as we progress in this class. There are several exercise files included in this course and more resources will be added on a weekly basis. You will go through the following 7 sections:
Chapter 1: Overview of Business Analysis
Chapter 2: Initiating a Project
Chapter 3: Planning & Collecting Requirements
Chapter 4: Validating & Controlling your Requirements during Project Execution
Chapter 5: Implementing & Closing your Project
Upon completion of this course and passing the quiz successfully, you will get a certificate of completion as well! This would be a great addition to your resume and will definitely give you an edge over others who are trying to get into this field. Once signed up, you will have lifelong access to this course.
The course gives beginners as well as professionals the tools they need to understand their role, identify and work with stakeholders, determine the real problem, find solutions, sharpen their analytical skills, deliver change, and, as a result, add value to their organization.