When many people think of a data science course and the jobs that are available after completion, they tend to think of big companies with large marketing departments.
This may be particularly relevant in New York City where some of the largest global companies have their headquarters. However, at RSquare Edge we find that many of our graduates from our CDAP data science course are not necessarily looking for those big corporate hires, so we offer a top variety of different smaller companies, startups and unique job opportunities at our job fairs and meet and greet opportunities for students and business.
Anywhere around the country startup companies, some with incredible potential in diverse markets and with unique products, are demanding data analytic professionals. These companies understand the importance of not only harvesting information but being able to use it in ways to strengthen their business model and their overall growth and development.
At RSquare Edge, we host regular meetings between both established companies and these very unique startups that offer our students a chance to get a good feel for the possibilities and perhaps even find their next ideal job.
It may be very out of the box to think of applying your training through our data science course in the fields of social sciences and humanities, but the need to measured, analysis and problem solve using big data is widespread in just about every research field.
For those interested in a true research-based type of job, medical research, pharmaceutical companies and even consumer behavior types of analytics are increasing playing a role in product development as well as actual life-changing initiatives.
After all, in all sciences and research, data analysis is critical in making decisions. Combined with the business model and training that forms the basis of big data analysis, graduates of data science course are essential in these types of jobs and career possibilities.
Virtually all advertising, either online or through more traditional media sources, are using aspects of big data to learn more about consumer behavior.
This is linked back to both those smaller startup companies in New York and across the country, but also to the very established businesses working on a national or international scale.