By Eno Eka
Did you know that BusinessAnalysis has been rated as one of the top skills companies value the most and is highly in demand?
Not only is Business Analysis amongst the top 10 hard skills, it also moved up 10 spots in 2020 by increasing demand for this skill in the workforce.
According to Linkedin Learning, It's one of the few hard skills every professional should have, as most roles require some level of business analysis to make decisions.
I totally agree with this.
The other interesting part of this article is that the top 5 most in-demand soft skills for 2020 are all required competencies of a Business Analyst
- Emotional Intelligence
How have you positioned yourself to have one of the most sought after skills globally?
Is your skill recession-proof?
This is the time when organizations need Business Analysts the most as there are lots of strategic, tactical and operational decisions to be made.
This ranking was done by looking at skills that are high in demand relative to their supply.
I am a Business Analyst and I am in high demand.
Reach out let’s talk about how to be a high demand business analyst
About the Author
Eno Eka is an award-winning Business Analysis Coach and Instructor who is on a mission to help and empower 1000 people start and transition successfully into Business Analysis
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