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Everybody and their mother wants to learn data science. And there’s no reason not to – the job you do is interesting 95% of the time, the salaries are excellent, and you can most likely get the job done from the comfort of your bed. Today we’ll go over seven essential skills every data scientist should have. Here’s the complete list:
The global pandemic has transformed the way we transact. With much of the world moving online, e-commerce, cloud computing, and enhanced cyber security measures are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to assessing current trends in data analysis.
It’s hard to get hired in data science. Chances are you’ll never see an ad like “50 data scientists wanted for a 3-year-long project.” Something you’re more likely to see in, let’s say, Java development. Smaller companies usually don’t need entire departments, so they end up hiring a couple of seniors. And big companies will likely filter you out due to a lack of experience.