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Hi everyone, I'm a recent graduate in business strategy and management and I'm 28 years old. I would like to start a career as a business analyst, however the problem is that I have developed few related skills during my studies. I had very short experiences in different sectors, 1 month in a bank, 1 month as an inventory employee in a chamber of commerce and 1 month as an accountant in a store. in your opinion, can these experiences which are distant from the reference sector be viewed badly by employers? in recent months, to have a bit of credibility, I took the coursera google advanced data analytics certificate (only later did I see that there was the basic one, but there I did it anyway), but I know that it's not enough to have an important knowledge of the sector, in fact my CVs continue to be rejected. so what I ask myself is: what is the most useful thing I can do? I was thinking of getting the ECBA issued by the IIBA, which from what I understand is more recognized and carries more weight. It's really like this? what should I do?

 
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