Career as Business Analytics

Early Salary

3 - 4 L

Mid Salary

10 - 12 L

Senior Salary

18 - 25 L

Academic Pressure

Medium

Job Pressure

Medium

	Business Analytics 

Business Analytics is the science of making sense of the millions of bytes of data (Big Data) available, to benefit the business. It is emerging as the most appealing job of the century, according to the Harvard Business Review.

 The very existence of companies in the new economy is dependent on how good their analytics team is, at sifting through, making sense of and applying insights derived from the analysis of data. What they do with the information, and how they mine it for trends, insights and predictors of future behaviour, will increasingly be a key driver for a successful business.

 Keeping the growing demand of Business Analysts in mind, BRIDGE School along with the Northwestern University (SPS) brings you the Predictive Business Analytics (PBA) program. This is a 1-year certificate program that has been specially adapted for India by Academicians from Northwestern University and top industry experts. Northwestern University (SPS), Master of Science in Predictive Analytics program (MSPA) is ranked amongst the Top 5 in the world (predictiveanalyticstoday.com).* Predictive Business Analytics (PBA) of Bridge School, has been ranked 4th nationally and 2nd in North India.**

 PBA is designed for both working professionals and fresher’s who have just graduated from college. As classes are held over the weekend, working professionals can participate in this program alongside their current jobs. For fresher students who are not working currently, a 6-month internship is provided as a part of the program.

What do they do?

Data analysts translate numbers into data which is meaningful for executive decision making.  Every business collects data, whether it's sales figures, market research, logistics, or transportation costs. A data analyst's job is to take that data and use it to help companies make better business decisions.

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Skills Needed

Good with numbers & interest in data crunching.

How do I get there?

Pros & Cons about this career

  • Emerging field with huge demand & shortage of trained resources
  • One can start working as analysts after graduation
  • This field has applications in many areas (economics, engineering, political science, etc.)
  • Analyst work with senior executives as they provide data for decision making

One needs to keep themselves updated with new tools, techniques etc.

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