What does a Trainee Analyst do?
Analysts research, analyze and report on different trends. Using either publicly available or collected data, analysts attempt to draw insights that can be used to create actionable strategies in different industries. Analysts may be called to be flexible and work across various industries, with different types of datasets, and may be required to spend a significant amount of time creating and delivering reports.
Analysts require a Bachelor's degree in mathematics, business, marketing, computer science, or related fields. A Master's degree in business administration (MBA), marketing, mathematics, computer science or related fields may be preferred. Analysts benefit from having distinct communication and research skills. This role also requires individuals who are detail-oriented and self-motivated.
Trainee Analyst Salaries
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Trainee Analyst Insights
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“Everyone I have met from Delta while I have worked there have been incredibly nice and intelligent.”
“My manager is approachable and helpful and I have not had issues working with this company.”
“Initial pay is okay but fight tooth and nail to get any decent pay raise.”
“It's one of the best place to work with very good and friendly environment.”
“I felt bad because the people I worked with were nice and I didn't want to leave them hanging!”
“The only pro was that it was close to home and I made some good friends”
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Trainee Analyst jobs
Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of an analyst trainee
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The most common qualifications to become an analyst trainee is a minimum of a Graduate Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.