Who is business analyst and what it eats?

Shoveled a lot of articles and came to some understanding of what still is the analyst? But what tools does he use? I want, for example, to get the business analysts that need to know and what to use, what books to read and what to practice?(in the work requirements require a quite standard communication skills\drafting terms of reference and other water)
August 19th 19 at 23:26
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August 19th 19 at 23:28

the same is true in another area: understanding the business processes and economy

universal BA and PM, to be impossible
August 19th 19 at 23:30
For example, imagine that you need to write the TOR for the 1C Accounting - no accounting knowledge and specific experience as an accountant, you will not be able to create it.

The term "Junior business analyst" is not common. Appear from the ministries of foreign Affairs and seniors, because the business analyst is a person who is from the major field, where he is a specialist and has the experience shifts from the usual practices in business analysis.

Technical skills must be advanced user of SQL/QML, a good command of the office, but it is as handy tools. And it is clear that the language needs to be level, because the business analyst is the one who communicates with the customer to figure out all the details and translate them to developers without distortion.
Thanks for the reply, but what about more than 30 vacancies of Junior in Moscow and many internships?) So what is it that you need to be able to enter this area? - Paige.Ziemann commented on August 19th 19 at 23:33
1. as many as 30 vacancies solamillo Moscow?
2. So what's stopping you read what is in these vacancies written?

Well, I have already pointed out that knowledge of the language, SQL, QML, analytical skills. Well, very useful skills for a specific project - so what you enough. Depends on the project. - misty_Koepp commented on August 19th 19 at 23:36
August 19th 19 at 23:32
Importantly, the first to determine in what field, in every area of your requirements in addition to basic. From the Bank you are unlikely to get in the Telecom and Vice versa (and similar examples with other areas)

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