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IT Salary Tracker: Business analysts (Web skills)

A business analyst’s job, which can cover IT specialties ranging from ERP to data warehousing, is to translate business requirements into systems deployments. Every business analyst’s role is different, depending on the particular interface a company has with its clientele. In the case of dot coms and high tech companies, as well as more traditional companies with a strong Web component to their operations, the business analyst’s role has evolved a great deal, and now often requires Web applications skills. And with more and more Webhousing tools available, analysts have even greater access to information on how customers behave online. Knowing how to use these tools makes a business analyst with Web skills particularly valuable.

Our sister site, dice.com, an Internet-based job board for IT pros, contains 615 business analyst job openings with Web skills specified as a prerequisite. Over 60% of the jobs require HTML, ASP, or JAVA proficiency, while almost 10% require all three. The average salary for this group is ,000, and the average contract wage comes in at per hour. New York has the greatest need for this type of professional, with 110 openings. See below for average salaries and contract rates by city.

Data came from available jobs listed during Jan. 2000 at dice.com. Results are based on averages or totals from the following information on dice.com: salary, job type, job skills, and location. Zach Rodgers

  • Highest salary by city (average):
    Trenton, N.J., ,000 yearly salary

  • Highest hourly contract rate by city (average):
    Denver, per hour

  • City with the most demand:
    New York, 110 available jobs

    Datamation/dice.com IT Salary Tracker
    Business analysts requiring Web skills: salaries by city

    Business analysts requiring Web skills: Salaries by city

    Source: Datamation/dice.com IT Salary Tracker/Jan. 2000

    Datamation/dice.com IT Salary Tracker
    Business analysts requiring Web skills: contract rates by city

    Business analysts requiring Web skills: contract rates by city

    Source: Datamation/dice.com IT Salary Tracker/Jan. 2000

    Datamation/dice.com IT Salary Tracker
    Business analysts requiring Web skills: job openings per city

    Business analysts requiring Web skills: job demand by city

    Source: Datamation/dice.com IT Salary Tracker/Jan. 2000

    Chart data compiled by Laurie Souza.

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