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Business Continuity Planners

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Business continuity planners with several years of experience may advance to jobs with more responsibilities, such as supervisors or managers. They may handle more complex projects and manage larger numbers of staff. They may also advance by increasing the number of clients they provide continuity planning services for. Advancement also comes from certification, which shows prospective clients that planners are recognized for achieving a high level of knowledge and skills in their field. Business continuity planners who work full time for companies may leave the job to start their own consultancy, where they are responsible for all aspects of the business, from marketing and promotion, hiring and overseeing staff, handling business overhead and insurance, as well as the daily tasks involved in continuity planning.

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