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Ellis Booker,
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11/16/2013 | 5:49:37 PM
How many orgs are able to fill these posts?
"The neuro-analyst probably isn't a position that organizations will be filling immediately..." 

That's an understatement! All the organizations I speak to are in a white-knuckled scramble just to hire people who know Hadoop, let alone fill these esoteric staffing roles.

What's the answer? I don't know. I do know the infrastructure vendors and dashboard vendors are acutely aware of the problem. Many tell me that the company that creates an easy-to-deploy/use solution (maybe vertical, industry-specific solutions?) will reap big rewards. They're all putting a lot of R&D and marketing muscle behind these efforts.

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