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New Post 11/23/2006 8:50 PM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Analyst ranked # 7 Best Job by MONEY Magazine 
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According to MONEY Magazine, the "Computer/IT Analyst" is one of the fastest growing careers with a 10-year job growth outlook of 36.10%.

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New Post 8/20/2007 4:04 AM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: Analyst ranked # 7 Best Job by MONEY Magazine 

No doubt it's soon to be number 6.  The 6 jobs above analyst on the list are

Software engineer

College professor

Financial advisor

Human resources manager

Physician assistant

Market research analyst


Computer/IT analyst

I have to add, as a person who works as both an analyst and a pm I do enjopy the analyst role more.  it's more creative and more rewarding.  The PM role is about pronblem olving and managing admin.  The analyst role is strategic and creative. It's nioce to be the boss, but really, what would you rather spend your time on?

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