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Job Analysts collate and analyze occupational information which is used to determine the requirements of a particular job. They first collect data on the mental, physical and training requirements of the job. After doing a thorough analysis of their findings, they develop appropriate summaries of each job. These summaries are used to compile the job profile and description, job requirements and eligibility criteria and also career movement paths.
You must have an analytical mind if you wish to pursue a career as a job analyst. Most of your time on the job will be spent poring over vast volumes of information and analyzing the information to extract the necessary data to facilitate personnel and administration functions of the organization.
At the interview for a job analyst's position, your interviewer will want to know more about what methodologies you will use to collect and analyze information for their purpose. Expect to be given a test to assess your proficiency. For example, your interviewer may ask you to explain what you would do to analyze the requirements of a particular position.