Jobs in analytics: top 5 analytics job types (2018)

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Finding a job in analytics in 2018 can be intimidating when looking from the outside. There are so many terms and job titles that you might not know where to start.

Some people believe that in order to get hired as an analyst you need to have a PhD in Computer Science, or be a math whiz, but that simply is not true. There are data science jobs where those qualifications certainly help, but there are far more jobs in analytics that do not require being a technical genius.

In this video I will help guide you through the five main job types, as well as what you need in order to qualify for those types of roles. Join me in this video series dedicated to helping people learn the analytical languages and techniques that will help them get hired, improve their skills, or simply better utilize data to make decisions.

 

4 thoughts on “Jobs in analytics: top 5 analytics job types (2018)

  1. Data scientist jobs continues to fascinates me, it’s amazing how analytics from your site using tools like GA or gostats to Big Data, R and Tableau it sure has come a long way

    1. Yes, things have indeed come a long way. One of the coolest things about how far they have come is that most of the coolest stuff is being done in programming languages that are open source and free.

    1. Stay away from for profit schools like Full Sail University. Their degrees are generally looked at much less favorably than traditional universities. Years ago these schools filled a need because there was not much in the way of good online education available from traditional schools. Those days are over.
      If you want a job in analytics, I highly recommend checking out our guide to getting a job in analytics.
      https://bit.ly/2GRPO7K

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