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You don’t have to be a data scientist to read into these statistics: A McKinsey Global Institute report estimates that by 2018 the US could be facing a shortage of more than 140,000 data scientists. The field of data science is growing, and with it so does the demand for qualified data scientists. Sounds like a good time to pursue data science, right? No kidding! Data scientists make an average national salary of $118,000. If you’re looking to break into data science, or just trying to refresh and hone the skills you already have, Course Report has you covered. Check out this comprehensive list of the best data science bootcamps and programs in the U.S. and Europe for technologies like Hadoop, R, and Python.
If you have a quantitative PhD and want to transition from academia to Data Science, you have a surprising number of options. One such option is Science to Data Science (S2DS), a 6-week fellowship in London to train students in the commercial tools and techniques needed to be hired into data science roles. Adam Hill participated in the first S2DS cohort and talks to us about his experience, working on a group project with a real company, and what's next!Continue Reading →