Computer Systems Analysts

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Occupation Description

Computer systems analysts evaluate science, engineering, business and other data processing problems to create and improve computer systems. In addition, they evaluate user requirements, procedures and issues to automate and improve existing systems and review computer system capabilities, scheduling limitations and workflow. This job could also include duties that require individuals to analyze and advise software solutions.

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Total Employees In 2010


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Required Education

Bachelor's degree
Specific Programs:
Bachelors Degree In Computer Science

Required Work Experience


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