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A business analyst is a person, who acts as a liaison between the product developer and the user. The analysis of the requirements in a project, along with a proper documentation of the project, are his major responsibilities. He must see to it, that the documentation for the project is done very well so that the users must understand what the developer has done in the total development of the product. Therefore, he is a channel of communication between the users and developers. For providing a better understanding between the two of them, he is required to draw the necessary diagrams, like use case diagram, activity diagrams, sequence diagrams, and collaboration diagram. These professionals are also called functional or system analysts or system architects. There are many domains wherein they are required, for example, controlling, finance, pharmaceuticals, fixed income products, health care, and banking. In this article, you will find some business analyst interview questions, which will help you prepare better for your job.
A good way to start is by stating your objective. A good objective will demonstrate that you have clarity of career direction. One way to do that is by naming your intended job (the position you are applying for). Also, if you include qualities that are most important to the employer, it will create a big impact. An example of how to do this is: "Objective - a reporter's position in an organization, seeking an extraordinary record of uncovering new stories and delivering high-quality writing." This will convince him that you want to do exactly what the company desires and are likely to succeed at it.
This one is a hot favorite of all employees. Try not to sound generic and vague on this one. Look up at the career advances in the field that you are getting into. If possible, connect it with the company's specific roles. No one wants to know that the employee is planning on jumping careers soon. No organization will want to spend time and resources on training someone who is going to be leaving soon.
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