Final blog: Advantages of being a systems analyst:

11 Mar

As it is the end of the blog I felt that I would give a few advantages of been a systems analyst. This information is good for those who would be interested in the pacific career.

Advantages of being a systems analyst:

•Full-time computer systems analysts usually receive benefits. The typical benefits include health insurance, paid vacation, and sick leave. Some employers also pay tuition for computer training courses and offer a retirement plan.

•Much of the demand for systems analysts is the result of advances in computer technology. New computers can accomplish more difficult tasks and process more information. As a result, businesses are upgrading their computer systems or adding new systems. This gives a very demanding need for systems analysts within many big and small firms.
•The computer industry appears to be one of the fastest growing areas; there are often available jobs for system analysts so the unemployment rate for that pacific job is very low.

•They have a moderate level of social contact. They work with staff, but also spend time alone while programming.

•They always work as part of a team.

•They usually work at least 40 hours a week.

•They also get to travel to trade shows, seminars, and trainings.

References:

http://www.iseek.org/careers/careerDetail?id=8&oc=100047

2 Responses to “Final blog: Advantages of being a systems analyst:”

  1. sad112759089 March 11, 2013 at 12:12 pm #

    Good final conclusion of advantages.

  2. sad112540853 March 11, 2013 at 7:32 pm #

    Great blog, really interesting to read the advantages of being a system analyst😀

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