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Big Data Salaries Top BI, Data Warehousing

Salaries for business intelligence and data warehousing pros are stagnating. But big data analytics experts and data scientists are cleaning up, surveys show.

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D. Henschen
D. Henschen,
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5/22/2014 | 2:18:04 PM
Re: Redefine Yourself as a Data Scientist
Plenty of people are trying to redefine themesleves as data scientists, but advanced analytics types have been the most successful at doing that. If you read the InformationWeek report, I get into that transition question in detail, but it's also going to be the subject of our 5/27 InformationWeek Radio interview with big data/data scientist head hunter Linda Burtch of Burtch Works. Would-be employers and big-data wannabes register here to listen in and submit your questions.
David F. Carr
David F. Carr,
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5/22/2014 | 12:57:32 PM
Redefine Yourself as a Data Scientist
How challenging it is for "old school" BI or data warehousing pros to redefine themselves as "data scientists" -- does it amount to more than learning to use the new jargon and playing around with Hadoop?
D. Henschen
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5/22/2014 | 11:24:13 AM
CALL TO ACTION: Download Reports, Join Radio Show Interview
Want to know more about what employers are looking for, what they're paying and where they're finding bid data and data-science talent? Join me Tuesday 5/27 at 2 pm ET/11 am PT for an in-depth, 30-minute InformationWeek Radio interview with veteran data-professional recruiter Linda Burtch of BurtchWorks. Register here for the live interview and you can IM your own questions to Linda. It should be invaluable to professionals looking to advance their careers and to employers looking to fill their talent gaps.
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