I’m reminded nearly every day as I get up to go to work how glad I am that I decided to become a Business Analyst. My career started late in life – after raising my kids. I went to college when they did (just not where they did!). One benefit of beginning late like this is that you know who you are, you know what you do well, and what you do not. Selecting this career was a satisfying connection with what I do well and what I enjoy doing. And yet as I graduated, even after a couple of internships behind me, I had no idea it would be as satisfying as it is. To me, there is nothing like walking into a company, assessing/analyzing its needs, and providing a business solution that improves their bottom line.
Coming to work for Allegient has turned out to be the best career choice for me. They see my passion, they understand my abilities, and they know very well how to connect the right people to the right job. It’s a win-win – for Allegient, for the client, and for me – the Consultant. One of those good connections is with the project I describe next: