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?
This post answers a question about the educational training requirements for a Data Analyst Career.
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Is Statistics / Sql Required For Data Analyst Jobs?
I have a degree in Statistics and I am finding it hard to get a data analyst job even though people from other backgrounds are able to get data analyst jobs.
The data analyst career is one of the popular Information Technology (IT) career tracks available today.
The term data analyst is loosely associated with business data analysts, systems analysts, database analysts, reporting specialists, data researchers, statistical data analysts or marketing data analysts!
However, in this article, I will explain who a data analyst really is and provide a career roadmap or plan for becoming a data analyst.
Who Is A Data Analyst?
The term data analyst refers to someone who works with data or makes sense of the information buried in raw data or draws inferences and conclusions from it.