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Anonymous
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I was wondering what's the job difference between :
Technical Consultant
Technical Analyst
Programmer Analyst

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Michael Ernest
High Plains Drifter
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I don't believe there's a universal meaning to those job titles. They mean whatever the company using those terms think they mean.
Cindy Glass
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My Plumber is a Technical Consultant.
My financial advisor bills himself as a Technical Analyst.
Programmer / Analyst is what the typical advertisment looking for coders uses.


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Anonymous
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I have 5 yrs of exp. as programmer. I was wondering whether I can apply for Technical Consultant position.
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Mark Fletcher
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Originally posted by <DKL>:
I have 5 yrs of exp. as programmer. I was wondering whether I can apply for Technical Consultant position.
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Well lets see...
Are you any good at fitting kitchen sinks?


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Anonymous
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Sure, if it is built with ASP and Java
 
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