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Management analysts specialize in devising ways to increase an organization's efficiency. As part of their job, these experts identify the problem areas within the organization, collect and organize data, develop solutions and recommend changes through written reports or video presentations. Their main aim is to help increase the organization's profits and reduce their operating costs.
A bachelor's degree in management, business, accounting, finance or a related field is the minimum educational qualification required to become a management analyst. Larger organizations may not accept anything less than a master's degree in business administration. Strong analytical, problem-solving, critical-thinking, interpersonal and time-management skills are essential qualities for this role.
At your interview, the interviewing panel may give you a mock situation to analyze so they can assess your on-the-job skills. They will also ask you about short and long-term career goals and your perceived strengths and weaknesses as they related to this role. You can find several more questions that are commonly asked at these interviews when you go to Mock Questions.