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Here are some career options for you:
- UX & UI Designer
UX & UI – User experience & User Interface. UX focuses on the user experience of the product – How well the product works for the User; competitor analysis, customer analysis, product structure/strategy, content development, wireframing, prototyping, testing/iteration, development planning.
UI focuses on the graphic representation of each functionality; customer analysis, design research, branding, graphic development, user guides/storyline, UI prototyping, interactivity, animation, adaptation to all device screen sizes, and implementation with the Developer.
- Data Analyst
Your job here is to turn data into implementable information. Data analysts take mountains of data and probe it to spot trends, make forecasts, and extract information to help their employers make better-informed business decisions.
To work in this field you have to have a good understanding of data. What it means and what to do with it.
- Products Manager
Product managers are responsible for the strategy, roadmap, and features of a product. You’ll need to be able to work with cross-functional teams, including UX, engineering, and marketing, to conduct accurate data analysis, forecasting, and market research.
Building a product involves a lot of stages & departments, your job here is to manage & allocate resources, and make sure the product is built on time and to specifications.
- Business development
Business development professionals work to develop a company by evaluating its performance and looking for areas to improve, by identification of long-term methods to increase value through the development of relationships, markets and customers.
The core responsibility of a business developer is growing a business. You’ll be working more closely with top-management. Working on partnerships, and negotiating deals.
- Software Quality Tester
Software quality testers (SQTs) test the quality of software products prior to public launch to ensure they are working properly. The field is related to, but separate from, quality assurance (QA).
SQTs run various functional, stress, and scalability tests across numerous customer scenarios in efforts to “break” the software with a goal of eliminating bugs and improving the quality improvement of the final product.
- SEO Specialist
The internet is a global village, and products can sometimes get lost in it. An SEO Specialist’s job is to prevent this, using keywords, content items, page optimization, tracking, reporting, and analyzing website analytics and PPC campaigns.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization
- Growth Hacker
This role has come under high demand during this epidemic, companies have pivoted and looking for new ways to grow. growth hackers combine marketing, technology, and business development with a laser focus on user acquisition.
They develop and implement onboarding strategies, experiment extensively, measure results, and tweak—or even discard—plans as necessary, based on consumer response and engagement. Such a role requires flexibility and agility of the process to successfully execute.