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Business Consultant

91,199 Business Consultant
Jobs Available
in US
$ 18.06 - 61.69/hour

Business Consultant SUMMARY

Identify areas of growth using proven business methodology. Provide guidance, strategy, planning and analysis of business practices through varied and measured business acumen and expertise. Evaluate and advise on financial matters. Conduct forecasting and establish expectations. Examine industry trends and provide relevant business solutions based on market intelligence. Uncover new opportunities and markets for business expansion.

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Business Consultant Salary in US

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