As the business world continues to become more data-driven, the demand for
data visualization jobs will continue to rise. With worldwide revenues for big data and business analytics expected to exceed 274 billion dollars by 2022, more specialized roles in the field will be needed.
It’s no secret that it’s easier for most of us to digest complex information through the use of images versus text. After all, as the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. That’s exactly why
data visualization, and having the right data visualization tools, is so critical. Continue Reading
“Data is the new oil” said Clive Humby, a renowned mathematician. In a world where
2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created each day, it’s no surprise why data science jobs are in the new hot commodity.
median salary of $107,801 and job satisfaction level of 4 out of 5, it makes sense to consider it as a career option.
Data science jobs ranked No.3 on Glassdoor’s list of best jobs in America 2020 — after being consistently ranked as the No. 1 career option since 2016.
What’s more, data scientists have also been ranked as No.3 in
LinkedIn’s Emerging Jobs Report 2020. So this career option is on track to stay and flourish.