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Business Continuity Planners

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Business continuity planners work for banks and financial institutions, insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, health care groups, government agencies, and colleges and universities. Planners may also work full time or as consultants for corporations that need to develop and maintain business continuity strategies and procedures. The U.S. Department of Labor does not provide data on business continuity planners, but the jobs that share some of the duties of planners include emergency management directors and business operations specialists. According to the DOL, more than 1 million of these types of workers, combined, are employed in the United States.

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