Do You Want to Learn SAS Data Analysis?

Part 12 of 13 in the Series: Data Analyst Jobs or Careers or Work
How to Find a Well Paying Job?
How to Find a Well Paying Job?

What do you do when you apply for a job and realize that you don’t have all the software skills listed on the job posting?

You may decide to stop your job search and get training or certifications in all the software packages listed on the job posting.

But what if these are enterprise software packages costing thousands of dollars to learn, then what?

And what if you are talking about not just one but multiple software packages?

What Personality Types Are DBAs?

Part 15 of 20 in the Series: Career Paths for Database Professionals
What Personality Types Are DBAs?
What Personality Types Are DBAs?

This post about the personality types of database administrators (DBAs) is in response to Sandra’s question.

Sandra, thank you for taking the time to tweet a number of my posts, I appreciate you ūüôā

Personality types like the Jung Myers-Briggs Type are used to describe the psychological characteristics of an individual.

For example, the famous Myers-Briggs has 16 personality types grouped as: Extroversion vs. Introversion, Intuiting vs. Sensing, Thinking vs. Feeling, and Judging vs. Perceiving.

A Day In The Life Of A Data Analyst

Part 10 of 13 in the Series: Data Analyst Jobs or Careers or Work
Data Analysis: Profiting From Numbers
Data Analysis: Profiting From Numbers

Data Analysts have the opportunity to work in several different domains or sectors, for example as banking data analysts, retail data analysts, telecommunications data analysts and as marketing data analysts.

The marketing data analyst role is one of the more common ones and a marketing analyst may be found analyzing databases of prospects, leads and customers for the marketing department.

In this post, we will take a peak into the day of a marketing data analyst…

Why Data Analysts Use Microsoft Excel?

Part 8 of 13 in the Series: Data Analyst Jobs or Careers or Work
The Data Analysts Career Path
The Data Analysts Career Path

Microsoft Excel is commonly used for data analysis because it’s part of the popular Microsoft Office Suite and it even comes pre-installed on some computers!

Unlike statistical analysis packages like, SAS and SPSS, Excel is relatively inexpensive and widely accessible to small businesses and mid-sized businesses in a variety of industries including healthcare, finance, sales and marketing etc.

Microsoft Excel is used in organizing and analyzing data, performing complex calculations as well as creating graphical displays.

How Do I Transition Microsoft Access or Excel Data Analyst Skills?

Part 6 of 13 in the Series: Data Analyst Jobs or Careers or Work
The Data Analysts Career Path
The Data Analysts Career Path

This question was posted by a Microsoft Office Data Analyst who wants to know “How to Upgrade Microsoft Access or Excel Data Analysis skills!

If you need help with a Question or Challenge, be sure to ask it as a comment on this page and I will answer it fully just as I am answering this questions now!

The Challenge Facing A Microsoft Access or Excel Office Data Analyst

My toughest challenge I face today with my career is I am itching for a move within the company I work for.

Sticky: Learn Data Analysis Online – The Easy Way!

Part 1 of 13 in the Series: Data Analyst Jobs or Careers or Work
Learn Data Analysis The Easy Way!
Learn Data Analysis - The Easy Way!

Data Analyst Training Courses Are Usually Not Cheap …

But Now, By Using The Latest Advances In Technology …

Data Analysts May Get Trained At Home Or Office …

For A Fraction Of The Traditional Cost!

Full + Comprehensive Suite Of Data Analyst Courses In One Training Package!

  • Statistical Principles Course

  • Central Tendency & Dispersion Course

  • Goodness Of Fit Class

  • Curve Fitting Course