If you want a career in analytics but don’t know where to start,
consider undertaking an analytics apprenticeship, here at Estio.
Estio are a leading provider of digital and technology apprenticeships, delivering each of our apprenticeships in a flexible online forum that easily fits in with your work schedule. Take a look at our analyst apprenticeships in more detail:
Analysts can work in many different industries, and across plenty of different sectors. Typically, an analyst will work in an office, collecting and analysing relevant data. They will use this data to make informed decisions, and the majority will work a full-time position of 40 hours per week.
Careers in analytics are fast paced and incredibly challenging, which presents plenty of opportunities to carry out fulfilling work. The daily work of an analyst is generally focussed on problem solving and thinking outside the box, both encouraging and requiring a creative mindset. You will work alongside a number of different teams to provide insight. Additionally, analysts usually play a very active role in their business, and demand will always be high for someone with this skillset, meaning pay and progression opportunities are rife.
Whether you study for a financial analyst apprenticeship, an IT analyst apprenticeship, a criminal intelligence analyst apprenticeship, you will find many open doors for career progression. From analyst apprenticeships or degree, you can move on to become a data analyst. This can provide you with the skills needed to move to more senior analyst positions, and management positions. The skills gained from a career in analytics are very valuable and sought after, and will give you a competitive edge in your career.
To become an analyst, consider applying for analyst apprenticeships. You could opt for an intelligence analyst apprenticeship, security analyst apprenticeship, a risk analyst apprenticeship or an information security analyst apprenticeship – the choices are endless! Here at Estio, we have a variety of different analyst apprenticeships available, from lower Level 3 to Master’s degree Level 7.View Jobs
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Entry level salaries for any analyst roles can range between £20,000 and £25,000. With a few years’ experience, you can expect salaries to between £30,000 and £35,000.
To be an analyst, you will need:
Analyst apprentices could get you employed across a variety of different sectors:
Analysts will be responsible for carrying out research, studying the information and figures discovered to look for insights. You will analyse data using statistical programmes, spreadsheets, and computer models. Analysts will then use results to recognise areas for improvement, writing reports and presenting findings to the business. These are all responsibilities that you’ll learn to handle during analyst apprenticeships.
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