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New Post 2/25/2013 9:49 PM
User is offline ajshah
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Need advice on career 


I am currently Sr QA Engineer in US. I was Developer turned consultant turned QA. I am in the role of Sr QA engineer since 1.3 years. I would like to get advice on which direction should i go in order to enhance my career. I dont want to stick in the technical side for tooo long. I already have 7years of experience in the field of IT. Good pointers wil be really helpful for me. 

I was looking for changing from QA to Business Analysis but not sure what is the correct way to get there. Any guidance in that area will help.



New Post 2/27/2013 1:10 PM
User is offline Krishna
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Re: Need advice on career 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 2/27/2013 4:59:18 PM)

 Since you have sufficient IT exposure, you would have closely seen the work of BA work. That will be a great help. Get yourself trained with some job oriented BA trainings and plan from there. 

New Post 3/10/2013 3:14 PM
User is offline Eric Butoroc
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Re: Need advice on career 

Get yourself a Business Ananlyst internship and you would be on your way to a successful business analyst but I would recommend to pursue your IT career because I guess there are lots of opportunities in this field too as programmers are the need of the hour at the moment.

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