If you want to make sure you don’t lose your job in the next five years, you probably want to know something about Big Data, or even switch to a data-related career. But what do Big Data jobs entail?
Speaking at last week’s Women of Silicon Roundabout conference in London, Dr. Rebecca Pope, the head of data science and engineering at KPMG, said you don’t need to be an excellent statistician or a high-class mathematician to work in data science or analytics. Nor do you need a lot of prior programming knowledge (although that always helps).
Author: Sarah Butcher