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  • Thinking bout this as a career

    Always been good at drawing conclusions from data

    Am good with computers

    Apparently pays very wel

    Anybody on KTT do this or know someone well that does this?

    Whats it like? Etc

  • Aug 17

    im a data scientist. 'pays very well' is subjective - to me, data a***ysts dont make much, but as a data scientist, i (22 y/o) make 180k in a low cost of living area. data a***ysts probably make like 50-65k first year. ask away.

  • slatt

    im a data scientist. 'pays very well' is subjective - to me, data a***ysts dont make much, but as a data scientist, i (22 y/o) make 180k in a low cost of living area. data a***ysts probably make like 50-65k first year. ask away.

    Data scientist is what I would want to be, it seems like something you could learn pretty quick and mostly is like a logic typa thing.

    Do you have a degree or just certifications?

  • slatt

    im a data scientist. 'pays very well' is subjective - to me, data a***ysts dont make much, but as a data scientist, i (22 y/o) make 180k in a low cost of living area. data a***ysts probably make like 50-65k first year. ask away.

    180k a year at 22

  • slatt

    im a data scientist. 'pays very well' is subjective - to me, data a***ysts dont make much, but as a data scientist, i (22 y/o) make 180k in a low cost of living area. data a***ysts probably make like 50-65k first year. ask away.

    drop the education, personal projects

  • companyofwolves

    drop the education, personal projects

    I wanna become an a***yst for a sports team

  • Aug 18
    keEKsmarone

    Thinking bout this as a career

    Always been good at drawing conclusions from data

    Am good with computers

    Apparently pays very wel

    Anybody on KTT do this or know someone well that does this?

    Whats it like? Etc

    Are you in school right now? I was working as a data scientist in Toronto and am now doing my masters, did a four year degree in data science which was basically just a mix of computer science and statistics courses

  • Aug 18

    Just finished my degree in statistics, working as a data a***yst starting next week. Gonna be getting 70k, tryna gain the skills to be a data scientist after putting in a year or so at this job

  • DS2

    Are you in school right now? I was working as a data scientist in Toronto and am now doing my masters, did a four year degree in data science which was basically just a mix of computer science and statistics courses

    UofT? What's your edu. background / project to get data scientist jobs?

  • Aug 18
    slatt

    im a data scientist. 'pays very well' is subjective - to me, data a***ysts dont make much, but as a data scientist, i (22 y/o) make 180k in a low cost of living area. data a***ysts probably make like 50-65k first year. ask away.

    Bro what... Imma need details 180k in a low cost area is unheard of

  • DS2

    Are you in school right now? I was working as a data scientist in Toronto and am now doing my masters, did a four year degree in data science which was basically just a mix of computer science and statistics courses

    Yeah im in school its completely free thru my job though. Will have to go thru a bunch of core classes first though

  • awin

    Just finished my degree in statistics, working as a data a***yst starting next week. Gonna be getting 70k, tryna gain the skills to be a data scientist after putting in a year or so at this job

    What is the day to day of your job going to be like, you think?

  • awin

    Bro what... Imma need details 180k in a low cost area is unheard of

    Probably in a different country

  • keEKsmarone

    Data scientist is what I would want to be, it seems like something you could learn pretty quick and mostly is like a logic typa thing.

    Do you have a degree or just certifications?

    for data science, the most important thing is having a solid understanding of statistics, followed by a***ytical thinking & programming skills (predictive modeling - neural networks, regressions, tree-based algorithms, etc). as a data scientist, you're expected to have expert-level knowledge in data a***ytics concepts.

    data a***ytics requires statistical & programming knowledge but not to the depth you'll need for data science. (think t tests, basic stuff like means/median/mode, ANOVA, correlations, etc).

    regarding education, i dont know your background, but most employers for reputable companies (i'd say the majority, but im not sure) require you to have at least a masters for data science.

    i have a bachelors + masters from a top 15 university. that being said, i dont think education matters that much -- there are a lot of open-source datasets available online. just play around with those using python or R (i'd suggest python) and put it on your resume.

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  • Aug 18
    keEKsmarone

    What is the day to day of your job going to be like, you think?

    Haven't started yet, but its like doing consulting for different companies. They'll give me their data and I'll try to extract metrics they're looking for using SQL and Python. I think the job is below my skillset but job searching blows and my SQL knowledge is a little low so its a good learning opportunity

  • Aug 18
    awin

    Bro what... Imma need details 180k in a low cost area is unheard of

    usa, making 180k.

  • Aug 18
    slatt

    usa, making 180k.

    refer me dog unless its in like kansas or some s***

  • slatt

    for data science, the most important thing is having a solid understanding of statistics, followed by a***ytical thinking & programming skills (predictive modeling - neural networks, regressions, tree-based algorithms, etc). as a data scientist, you're expected to have expert-level knowledge in data a***ytics concepts.

    data a***ytics requires statistical & programming knowledge but not to the depth you'll need for data science. (think t tests, basic stuff like means/median/mode, ANOVA, correlations, etc).

    regarding education, i dont know your background, but most employers for reputable companies (i'd say the majority, but im not sure) require you to have at least a masters for data science.

    i have a bachelors + masters from a top 15 university. that being said, i dont think education matters that much -- there are a lot of open-source datasets available online. just play around with those using python or R (i'd suggest python) and put it on your resume.

    What certification is most important? Is there like one thats the best

  • awin

    Bro what... Imma need details 180k in a low cost area is unheard of

    at just 22 years old

  • rvi 🧁
    Aug 18

    yeah my job is easy af. i have to look through sheets in excel and look at numbers/graphs to interpret them. and some low level programming mostly sql but i also used some python. i slack off all day, the work doesnt take very much time for me to do i was a math major and dont really use any of my knowledge from college in the job tbh

    think i got kinda lucky with an easy one, im sure there are some entry level data a***yst jobs that are a lot more demanding

  • Aug 18
    keEKsmarone

    What certification is most important? Is there like one thats the best

    I've heard 'certification' programs are a waste of time and money

  • rvi

    yeah my job is easy af. i have to look through sheets in excel and look at numbers/graphs to interpret them. and some low level programming mostly sql but i also used some python. i slack off all day, the work doesnt take very much time for me to do i was a math major and dont really use any of my knowledge from college in the job tbh

    think i got kinda lucky with an easy one, im sure there are some entry level data a***yst jobs that are a lot more demanding

    King Try to become a data scientist and double that pay bro

  • rvi 🧁
    Aug 18
    keEKsmarone

    King Try to become a data scientist and double that pay bro

    i dont want to have to work hard tho

  • Plants 🐈
    Aug 18
    rvi

    i dont want to have to work hard tho

    Hard work is for suckers

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