Product analysts with five or more years of experience may advance to become senior product analysts. They hone their skills in specific industries and product categories, and gain a reputation for their research methods, forecasting skills, and product recommendations. In large companies, they advance to become department managers, responsible for hiring and overseeing the work of product analysts and related professionals. They may advance by getting a master's degree in marketing, business administration, or another field. Advancement also comes in the form of increased participation in professional associations, such as speaking at conferences and teaching workshops. Some write articles and teach in colleges.
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