Job Spotlight: Business Analytics Intern | Business Analytics Intern
Job Description: Business Analytics Intern
The Business Analytics Intern is an entry-level position that is the first step into a long and satisfying career that involves interpreting results using a variety of techniques. Job duties will range from simple data aggregation via statistical analysis to complex data mining. They can expect to design and develop as well as implement and maintains business solutions in a wide spectrum of applications. A Business Analytics Intern will work directly with clients and project leaders to identify analytical requirements. They will need to have knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. They will also rely on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job and they typically report to a Manager of some sort. This Manager position would be a goal for someone trying to climb this particular career ladder.
U.S. National Average Salary: Business Analytics Intern
There are a wide variety of factors that can enter into the average salary: location, current market trends, economy, competition, education, experience…these and other factors will all need to be taken into consideration. Health, vacation time and other benefits should also be considered when a position is offered. Here are annual U.S. National Average breakdowns for salary for this role if you are hired:
- Average: $54,000*
- Lowest 10%: $43,500*
- Lowest 25%: $48,000*
- Top 25%: $61,500*
Top 10%: $68,200*
Similar Job Titles
Sometimes different job titles can mean the same thing. Make sure you do your research of the particular company that you’re applying at to insure you match their wants and needs. Other titles may consist of:
- Business Data Analyst Intern
- Data Architect Intern
- Entry Level Business Data Analyst
Computer Systems Analyst Intern
Education and Experience
The Business Analytics Intern is a doorway for a wide variety of numerous jobs in the metrics and analytics field. Unlike other positions in the Web field, there are many potential paths that this career could take, some ending up completely outside of the generally accepted influence of websites and applications. While being relatively new to the web, this field that has been around for decades. However, nearly 75% of those currently in this area have held their role for less than 5 years.
This would be a great start for someone to get their foot in the door at a large company and can expect slow but steady upward movement over the years.
When you’re taking my classes in the Social Media Diploma program, you will learn the core skills that companies are looking for in a Business Analytics Intern. By graduation time, you will be job ready and potential employers will be impressed!
Years of Experience by those currently in the Field
- 0 – 1: ~44%*
- 2 – 5: ~33%*
- 5 – 10: ~17%*
10 – 15: ~6%*
Goal of this blog
There are many different jobs and positions available once a student graduates and enters the workforce. Wouldn’t it be nice if they had an idea of some of the available jobs, requirements and salary ranges before they decided what field to go in to? The goal of this blog is to put the spotlight on a different job with each time so prospective students can make intelligent and informed decisions on what career they are about to embark on. These are not opinions- it is an aggregation of facts from various metric driven websites combined with personal insights presented in an easy to read format.*
Did you read my last blog that focused on the role of Web Editorial Assistant?
Thank you for the information, but why should I listen to you?
When I was a student I always felt that some of the institutions I attended cared more about signing me up than helping me land a job. The goal of this blog is to help give students, prospective students and even their parents some real information about the current job market and what to expect. All of the information here are from metric and data driven resources and not speculation or opinion. I believe that if students are informed and have realistic expectations that they have a better chance to succeed and to find real work.
As with any complicated topic, there can be 50 ways to do something differently than the way I suggest or discuss. Feel free to do research on your own and to come to conclusions your way- I always encourage critical thinking and questioning.
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*Information has been aggregated and averaged from the following sites on 04/25/2016:
Author: John Maier
April 27, 2016
John Maier has been teaching for the last 16 years and has over 25 years experience in Video, Design, 3d Animation, Film, UI/UX and front-end development. He is the Head of Design for an international company that creates apps and websites for a variety of government roles in Europe and abroad and brings his experience and passion to the courses that he teaches. John lives with his wife, two sons, two cats and a dog in wonderful and frigid Minnesota.