Analyst

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  • Accounting analyst, an accounting analyst evaluates and interprets public company financial statements
  • AR - Analyst, The general responsibilities of a medical billing AR Analyst or Accounts Receivable Analyst are simple and straightforward. An AR Analyst is responsible for the billing for goods and services, receiving the payments from a client and or insurance company and the processing of the payments to the proper accounts as well as credit and collections if necessary.
  • Business analyst, an employee who examines the needs and concerns of clients and stakeholders to determine where potential problems and opportunities lie, known also as a Business Systems Analyst in business
  • Chemical analyst, a person who performs chemical experiments and analyses
  • Color analyst, an individual who, as against a play-by-play announcer, provides analysis and commentary in sports broadcasting
  • Cost analyst, an employee who analyzes business operations to determine which courses of action are most efficacious in business
  • Financial analyst, an individual who analyzes securities and business equity in economics and finance
  • Handwriting analyst, a person who performs a personality assessment through handwriting
  • Industry analyst, an individual who performs market research on segments of specific industries toward the identification of trends in business and finance
  • Institutional Research Analyst, an individual who analyzes data gathered for an educational institute
  • Intelligence analyst, an individual who performs intelligence analysis
  • Marketing analyst, a person who analyzes price, customer, competitor and economic data to help companies
  • Medical analyst, a person who can interpret medical data for specific analytical purposes
  • News analyst, examines, analyses, interprets, and may comment on news received from various sources
  • Patent analyst, in the field of intellectual property is an individual who performs patent and non-patent literature searches to determine the patentability of an invention
  • Psychoanalyst, a practitioner who acts to facilitate understanding of a patient's unconscious mind
  • Public analyst, a qualified chemist appointed by a local authority in the United Kingdom
  • Public policy analyst
  • Quantitative analyst applies mathematical techniques to investment banking, especially in the fields of risk management, trading and financial derivatives
  • Systems analyst or Information analyst, an individual who analyzes technical design and functional design for software development
  • Web metrics analyst, an individual who examines trends and patterns in the use and expansion of the World Wide Web in webometrics
  • An analyst in mathematics, an individual who focuses in the area of mathematical analysis
  • Analyst (software) (or AnalystQS), a mass spectrometry software
  • Analyst(tm) (software), fully parallelized high-performance, ultra-high accuracy 3D finite element method (FEM) analysis software for complex Electromagnetic (EM) problems.
  • Analyst (journal), a chemistry journal

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