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March 11, 2012

Humor: What’s My Line? - Business Analyst Edition

Humor - Cartoon: What’s My Line? - Business Analyst Edition

'What's my line' host:  "Can your occupation be easily described?"

'What's my line' contestant: "No."

Host: "Has your occupation been around a long time?"

Contestant: "No."

Host: "Can you have just one skill and perform your job?"

Contestant: "No."

Host: "Are you dealing with just business?"

Contestant: "No."

Host: "Are you dealing with just technology?"

Contestant: "No."

Host: "Is it a well-defined path to get skills to do your job?"

Contestant: "No."

Host: "Can you describe your job in one sentence?"

Contestant: "No."

Host: "You're a Business Analyst!!!

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