The future of the data scientist is coming in all shapes and sizes.
Data scientists are changing how we use data, and in the process, we’re changing how data scientists think.
That’s the theme of the Data Science Jobs Report, which we shared this morning with more than 100 data science job openings.
The report identifies four distinct skillsets for data scientists: data-driven analytical thinking, data-oriented data management, data engineering, and data-informed product design.
We’ve rounded up our picks from this year’s report, and we hope you find them useful.
Data scientists are not just coders—they’re also business leaders who want to improve their team’s efficiency and speed.
They want to get to work faster, and they want to be able to work in any kind of data environment.
We want to inspire and empower data scientists to apply their skills to the right challenges.
They’re the experts who understand what makes a good data set, and how to make data more valuable.
With more than 1.3 million data scientists, data scientists are poised to make the biggest impact on the data business.
The job market for data science is on the rise, and many of these professionals are taking a step back from the field to work more fully on their own.
Data scientist job opportunities are in high demand across industries, industries, and industries in all industries.
We’re excited to see what the next wave of data scientists brings to the table.