Entry level jobs are available to those candidates with little or no experience. Such positions provide training and the prospect of future advancement. Entry-level business analysts work under supervision and perform a variety of tasks including developing and maintaining various databases, generating reports, and receiving continuous training while working on a variety of projects.
The primary responsibility of an entry-level business analyst includes supporting data gathering and providing review and analysis of data. Other day-to-day duties include ensuring data integrity, participating in data quality control and validation, and producing requirements documents for various business development activities. An entry-level business analyst may also create and execute test scripts under supervision.
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