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New Post 11/15/2014 3:04 PM
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Re: career path for a BA? 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 11/17/2014 1:33:17 PM)

This is a very common and good question. Have you done the BA Profile Quiz yet? It is free and helps you determine your career path. http://business-analysis-excellence.com/quiz/

You can also read our article on BA Career Paths: http://ezinearticles.com/?The-Sky-Is-the-Limit---The-Top-5-Career-Paths-for-a-Business-Analyst&id=8194661

Good luck and I am sure this will give you great alternative ideas to PM to do with your career!

Esta

 

 
New Post 11/18/2014 12:13 PM
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Re: career path for a BA? 

I've done Consulting for 30+ years and a Rounded, Jack-Of-All-Trades has kept me employed ... from programming to Project Management (PMP) ... able to work in any area of the Project Life Cycle as needed. 

Different activities might be boring sometimes ... but it depends on what you can offer a company to get hired or advance.

 
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