Product analysts are employed in companies that provide management, scientific, and technical consulting services; management of companies and enterprises; computer systems design and related services; advertising, public relations, and related services; and other professional, scientific, and technical services. For example, they may work for software companies, conducting interviews and gathering data on software users' experiences. Toy manufacturers hire product analysts to help them analyze and improve on existing toys and to also develop new toys. Even companies such as Disney hire product analysts to help them monitor and improve their product lines.
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- Chief Customer Officers
- Data Scientists
- Database Specialists
- Growth Hackers
- Information Brokers
- Internet Marketing and Advertising Consultants
- Market Research Analysts
- Marketing Consultants
- Product Development Directors
- Product Management Directors
- Product Managers
- Public Opinion Researchers
- Sales Development Representatives