Big Data: It’s not just for data scientists anymore

Dr. Rick Brattin is an assistant professor of Computer Information Systems at Missouri State University(Photo: Submitted Photo) Harvard Business Review once proclaimed the data scientist as the sexiest job of the 21st century. Bloomberg has said data scientists are the new superheroes. It’s no secret there is a shortage of data analytic skills today, especially with regard to big data. A quick Google search on “data analytics shortage” will find thousands of articles written on this topic. In typical supply and demand fashion, the job market is responding by pushing salaries to all-time highs. According to job recruiting site Glassdoor, the national average salary for a data scientist is $113,436, and many of their listings top $200,000 for experienced candidates. Those of us who consider ourselves part of the data analytics movement are often quick…

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