Occupational Analyst


Occupational Analysts work with a range of organizations to help them reduce costs and increase income potential.

An occupational analyst is typically concerned with the general structure of employment in a particular area - whether a job type, a department, a company, or a wider theme in an industry or sector.

They analyze data, design processes, and provide technical assistance to employers in dealing with problematic staff recruitment, employee development and company restructuring.

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