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Since the dawn of the digital age, the amount of data available to businesses and organizations has risen enormously. With growing servers full of data, the demand for the skill to 1) build the required infrastructure and 2) understand and analyze complex datasets has increased greatly . In October 2012, Thomas H. Davenport and DJ Patil were advertising data science as “ The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century...
Big data is growing exponentially. The amount of data available to businesses and organizations is constantly growing, with experts projecting that the world will be generating data at a rate of 463 exabytes per day  by 2025. This means that the data landscape will become even more saturated and complex than it already is. That’s precisely why the demand for skilled data scientists who can help companies process and...
Ten years ago Thomas Davenport and T. J. Patil were already advertising data science as “ The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century ” in the Harvard Business Review. Since then, a lot has changed in many areas of business pertaining to the use of data and data-driven insights. Over the last 10 years, more established companies invested in data infrastructure, data analytics and data science tools. At the same time, they need...
Companies have a growing demand to visualize their data with business intelligence tools. We compared the salaries from across 10 different European countries using   Glassdoor , which offers self-reported salary information by location and employer, giving us some key insights into the salaries of people with “Business Intelligence” in their job title. Switzerland with the highest salary for Business Intelligence There...
Since the dawn of the digital age, the amount of data stored on servers has risen dramatically. More and more firms are looking for talent that can handle their datasets and generate insights for business decisions. Data scientists are among the most popular for this task. Google Trends shows that the global volume of the search term “Data Scientist” has tripled over the last 5 years - but how does the increasing demand translate...
Since the dawn of the digital age, the amount of data stored on servers has risen dramatically. With this increase, more and more firms are looking for talent that can handle their datasets and generate insights for business decisions. Google Trends shows that the global volume of the search term “Data Analyst” nearly tripled over the last 5 years. How does the increasing demand translate into earnings of data analysts in...