As a computer systems analyst, you will be responsible for analyzing business, scientific or other technical areas and design and maintain computer systems that meet your clients' needs. You will also need to write up instructions for other computer programmers to create components and software necessary to run the systems you create. Security of highly important or confidential files is also another area in which computer systems analysts specialize and you will need to develop software to maintain this security.
WHAT YOU NEED:
To become a computer systems analyst, you will require a Bachelor's degree in computer science, mathematics, business administration or engineering. You may also have a college science diploma including experience in computer programming or a post secondary study in science, engineering or other technical areas.
$42,000 to $48,000