5 Companies Hiring Business Analysts

Business analysts are skilled at parsing huge amounts of information and helping companies make data-informed decisions.

Written by Margo Steines
Published on Mar. 20, 2024
5 Companies Hiring Business Analysts
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Data has the potential to transform businesses in a way that promotes growth and paves the way for future success. That’s why business analysts mine data on organizational processes to gather insights that can inform recommendations for structural and operational improvements. Their work can play an important role in guiding efficient, profitable business models. Check out the below companies looking to use data to drive better outcomes by bringing on business analysts.

Companies Hiring Business Analysts

  • SharkNinja
  • Spectrum
  • Intel
  • Mozilla
  • Zelis


Companies Hiring Business Analysts

SharkNinja is a product design company that primarily makes household and food preparation items, like robot vacuums, blenders and garment care devices. Its viral products include the Ninja blender, Shark vacuum cleaner and TikTok-famous Ninja CREAMi ice cream maker. The company looks for relevant experience in e-commerce and an ability to work with technical roadmaps for its digital business analysts.


Spectrum provides internet connectivity for homes and businesses along with TV, mobile and home phone service plans. Its product and service offerings cover everything from cable TV and streaming to tablets and smartwatches. Spectrum employs business analysts to propose data-driven changes and solutions that keep operations aligned with the organization’s overall goals.

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Intel makes central processing units and semiconductors, which are used in computers as well as other electronic products. Its 80s-era CPUs are still considered the industry standard, with consistent modifications and modernizations to keep pace with emerging technology. Intel business analysts’ responsibilities can include organizing business design sessions and blueprinting, as well as finding opportunities for incorporating automation into IT workflows.


Software company Mozilla produces the popular Firefox browser and other tools for preserving privacy while navigating the internet. The Mozilla Corporation is fully owned by the nonprofit Mozilla Foundation, which operates with the mission of “putting you in control of your online experience and shaping the future of the web for the public good.” Mozilla needs business analysts with extensive experience who have high proficiency in statistical analysis.


Zelis is a healthtech company that offers group healthcare plans on a platform that includes network analytics, claims integrity and electronic payment options for payers and providers. Its services, which span medical, dental and workers’ compensation, are designed to limit out-of-network costs and ensure regulatory compliance and payment integrity. Zelis analysts often have a background in fields like medical coding, medical claims or healthcare revenue cycle management, and work in an environment that is heavy on collaboration.

Rose Velazquez contributed reporting to this story.

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