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Work history not BA but want be working as one. 

Hi All,

I have 13 years of banking experience out of which 4 years i worked as an Application Support person for Digital Banking and then 6 years as a Product Manager for Digital Banking. During the said 6 years I have handled multiple roles in projects in as BA, PM and SME. My love is to work as a BA. 

I moved to Australia and changed my job title from manager to a BA in my CV as I found recruiters were getting confused with my relevance. I finally got my first role as a BA into Infrastructure space and managed to complete a period of 10 months as a contractor. Now with COVID-19 playing havoc in the job market, i am struggling to nail my next role. But my love for BA is still there. 

I am also looking at learning the BABOK and getting certified as CBAP. My question is, should I continue with my passion?

 
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