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It is an established fact that there is an upsurge in the Data Science and Analytics career opportunities and that there is a dearth of skilled professionals to fulfil the job requirements. With the right opportunities, professionals just need to evolve and acquire the right set of skills to become employable and flourish in this domain. Read to know more.  

What’s Driving Data Science Hiring in 2019

Data science jobs are among the highest-paying jobs around the world, thanks to the rapid pace of data creation and budding need to make sense of it all. Whether you’re a card-carrying data scientist or just a developer looking to round out your resume with new data science abilities, you can increase your marketability by knowing what types of skills employers are looking for in 2019…. [Read More]

The Significant Analysis of Data Scientist Evolution in Years Ahead

The digital revolution in technology has changed the whole landscape of the data science industry. The demand for big data, AI and other cutting-edge technologies are surging in the market. With the growth of enormous datasets, not only data science but data scientists are also expected to evolve with time to meet the industry demand…. [Read More]

Fintech Firm Clearwater Analytics opens its first office in India

The new site will be Clearwater’s second development center and provide ‘follow-the-sun’ servicing capabilities for the company’s operations teams. The India office is a strategic addition to current offices in New York, London, Edinburgh, and the global headquarters in Boise, Idaho, USA. Personnel hired to the India office will include software developers, data operations specialists, reconciliation analysts, investment accounting and reporting experts, and other operations roles…. [Read More]

Infosys partners with the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign for precision medicine

IT services major Infosys on Thursday announced a strategic partnership with University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) to develop new technologies and systems in precision medicine. Through this partnership, Infosys has also become a member of the Centre for Computational Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine (CCBGM). The adoption of new technologies by healthcare companies has significant benefits, including allowing caregivers to predict patients’ diseases and control prohibitive healthcare costs, in turn benefiting both patients and healthcare companies…. [Read More] 
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