Last year we decided that, as a data-focused staffing and recruiting company, it only made sense to look at our own numbers for some insight on the data hiring market. After months of collecting data we are happy to share our first Annual Trends in Data Hiring Report for 2021.
While the demand for data professionals such as data scientists, data engineers, and data analysts continues to grow, the circumstances of hiring have shifted in some interesting ways. Here’s a look at the data hiring we saw in Q3 of 2021 along with insights from Dataspace CEO, Ben Taub
At Dataspace, we help our clients build strong data teams so they can do business better. After five years of focus on data talent recruiting and staffing, and more than 25 years in business intelligence, data science, and data engineering staffing and consulting, we’ve finally gotten around to crunching some of our own numbers and we are pleased to introduce our first ever quarterly Trends in Data Hiring report.
Our last month’s edition of the Dataspace newsletter looked at the growing applications of AI for cybersecurity, and explored how some of the major players in tech are incorporating AI based security tools into the suite of products they offer to business clients. However, it is also important to note that hacking can present a […]
This month’s Dataspace newsletter looks at the applications of AI for cybersecurity, and some potential limitations.
We’ve had to be more flexible and understanding with resume anomalies this past year, but there are some things that still don’t fly.
Beyond the tech specs of how these algorithms actually work, the growing capabilities of predictive text beg a multitude of questions regarding the potential implications for humans.
Join us this Wednesday, January 6th for a virtual presentation about Golden Record at the January Meetup of Detroit New Tech!
With such an abundance of Christmas movies out there, it is no surprise that there is also a substantial amount of data available about Christmas movies. And where there is data, there are data scientists playing with it.
Will political polls ever work again? Are we doomed to this happening forever in the future? The situation points to a need to rethink the concept of polling vs the concept of forecasting.
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