In the fast-growing field of data, the “big three” job roles are data engineer, data analyst, and data scientist. Figure out which is the best fit for you.
Becoming a data journalist and learning to code isn’t as difficult as you might think, but you have to approach it in the right way to avoid common mistakes.
Get personalized help with your data science or data analytics job search from an experienced career coach who can help with applications, interviews, and negotiation.
Improve your data science communication skills and make your presentations more convincing by following these simple steps.
Take a look at some of the most common complaints data scientists have with their jobs, and how you can address and resolve them.
We asked nearly 800 of our students to review their time studying with Dataquest, and what it had done for their career. These are the results.
The gender gap in data science is real. What can you do to help promote equality in our fast-growing field? Here are some ideas.
What certificate should I get for data science? We interviewed data science recruiters about job applications and none of them cared about certificates.
The first step in your data science job search: identifying what your options are, and what positions are the best fit for your skill set.
How to create a portfolio of data science projects that will actually help you get a job as a data analyst or data scientist.
How to fill in job application froms, and other things you need to consider when applying for data science jobs, like social media, cover lives, etc.
At the end of a data science or data analytics job hunt, how do you assess which offer to take? And how can you negotiate to get yourself the best possible deal?
What are 5 real-world tasks that cover most of the skills someone needs to be hired as a data analyst?
The secret to nailing a data science job interview might be listening – and there’s some surprising psychology that backs that up.