We live in a world with unprecedented amounts of stats, facts, and figures, and it's slightly overwhelming. And in order to make that data useful, companies need to hire analysts who know how to sift through it and find meaningful patterns. According to GlassDoor, a typical data scientist earns about $120,000 per year, meaning this is the kind of career that can get you living that good life.Source: Mashable
In a joint initiative with Google and Udacity, Bertelsmann, the international media, services and education company, is inviting the people 18 and older to apply for its "Udacity Data Science Scholarship Program," in which the company will provide 15,000 three-month Udacity online courses in descriptive statistics.Source: HOB
With the introduction of far-reaching and robust technology, the job market has experienced its own exponential growth, adaptation, and semi-metamorphosis. So much so that it can be difficult to guess what skills employer's are looking for and what makes your resume - and not another - stand out to recruiters.Source: HOB
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