A management analyst (also referred to as a management consultant) investigates ways to help an organization reduce costs, increase revenue, and become more profitable. They advise management on various ways to improve efficiency. Many management analysts work as consultants. However, some may be employed through the company they are analyzing.
Management analysts usually divide their time between their offices and the clients site. Because they must spend a significant amount of time with clients, Management Analysts travel frequently. Analysts may experience stress when trying to meet a clients demands, often on a tight schedule. They can be self employed or be employed in a Consulting Company
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Business Administration, Economics