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New Post 6/7/2011 2:03 AM
User is offline subbu
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kindly give me some insight 

 I am truly impressed by this group where people are sharing information and guiding others. I need some advice regarding starting my career as a BA. I have a B.E(Electronics & Communications) and Master in Business Administration(MBA) degree .I have covered subjects in Marketing.But,I haven't studied too many IT subjects.I have work experience in Sales and Market Research.I am finding it real tough to enter the BA sector.I would really like some advice as to how should I go about moving from where I am presently into the BA position.What would be the best way to get a job considering my background?Kindly feel free to advice.I would really appreciate everyone's opinions. Will be waiting for your response....Thanks so much

New Post 6/23/2011 6:41 AM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: kindly give me some insight 

 Local market conditions are important.  Do your research, do a gap analysis on local jobs and your skills.  Develop an action plan.  See a recruiter to valiudate your plan.  Find a local senior BA as a guide.  Maybe also check out as a resource.

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