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Top 25 Hotspots for Data Science Jobs: New York, Silicon Valley…and Trenton?

This article from Burning Glass Technologies. Read the full article here.

The top 25 cities for data science jobs show how widespread the demand for data skills has become, branching out from major tech hubs into cities around the country.

In fact, the highest concentration of big data job openings to the employed population isn’t in Silicon Valley but in Trenton, N.J.

Metro Area Job Postings Job Postings per 10,000 people employed, last 12 months
Trenton, NJ 4544 193
California-Lexington Park, MD 769 179
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA 17978 175
Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV 51958 173
San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA 33974 152
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC 15333 142
Des Moines-West Des Moines, IA 4845 140
Lansing-East Lansing, MI 2763 137
Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT (Metropolitan NECTA) 5458 126
Boston-Cambridge-Nashua, MA-NH (Metropolitan NECTA) 29783 121
Carson City, NV 330 118
Tallahassee, FL 1759 108
Raleigh, NC 5927 105
Huntsville, AL 2113 102
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA 24033 100
Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO 13663 100
Corvallis, OR 356 99
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA 18109 99
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA 87554 99
Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford, CT (Metropolitan NECTA) 5551 98
Madison, WI 3575 97
Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI 17430 96
Durham-Chapel Hill, NC 2653 94
Austin-Round Rock, TX 8538 93
Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD 24689 93

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Demystifying Data Science – FREE Virtual Conference on 9/27

The Economist calls data the new oil… As in, the world’s newest most-valuable resource. We think they might be right.

And it (data) is something that everyone should learn a little about.

The folks at Metis have put together a doozy of a data science conference this week.

And it’s quite the lineup… Speakers include data pros from Facebook, Airbnb, Quora, Accenture Artificial Intelligence, the Philadelphia 76ers, Capital One, Etsy, and more.

Here are just a few of the talks that we’re going to tune in for:

  • The 5 Most Important Things in Data Science
  • Recognizing Cultural Bias in Artificial Intelligence
  • Fixing the Hot Mess: What You’re Doing Wrong to Hire & Get Hired
  • How to Learn Deep Learning When You’re Not a Computer Science Ph.D.

It’s a ton of content, running from 10:00 am – 10:00 pm EDT, so you can catch some or all on a break from classes, or in the evening after the work day.

Again, it’s totally free. It takes place this Wednesday, 9/27.

Register here. And we’ll see you there

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Rochester Institute of Technology ON CAMPUS Tuesday 9/26!!

Come meet the R.I.T. representative at their information table on
Tuesday, 9/26 from 11:00 am-1:00 pm in the McCullough Grille Foyer

See your
vision
through.

Rochester Institute of Technology is a privately endowed, coeducational university with nine colleges emphasizing career education and experiential learning.

RIT offers 90+ graduate programs in Art, Design, Crafts, Photography, Animation, Business, Communications, Service and Hospitality; Education, Psychology, and Human Resources; Science, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics and Imaging Science; Applied Arts & Sciences; Sustainability; Computing and Information Sciences; and Engineering and Technology.

Degrees offered include M. Arch., MBA, MFA, MS, MST, ME and Ph.D.

$17 million in scholarships and graduate assistantships were awarded to graduate students last year. 95% graduate students get jobs or pursue additional degrees.

Learn more about their graduate degrees online.

Spotlight on Careers: CCI Resource with NEW CAREERS TOPICS!

Check out the NEW Careers Topics within Spotlight on Careers.

Spotlight on Careers provides a great series of guides about career fields popular with liberal arts students. This resource is free via a CCI login below and is an easy way to gain valuable information as your explore career fields.

Each guide is organized with an overview including an introduction, career options and trends. There are also sections on jobs and internships, graduate school, and real life stories in alumni profiles.

To access, go to spotlightoncareers.org.
Username is spotlightkey
Password is lacn18

The new topics are:

  • Environmental Science & SustainabilityThere are many jobs in the environmental and sustainability fields beyond policy work. Within the private sector, there are opportunities in the timber industry, environmental consulting, conservation and preservation organizations. Within the government, there is work available at the local, state and federal levels that focus on forests, water, and wildlife.
  • NeuroscienceThe “Brain Sciences,” or neuroscience, encompass a wide range of career paths centralized in the research and medical professions, and now permeating across multiple new fields in recent years. Through studying the brain and the nervous system, those who choose a career in neuroscience seek to understand how neurons interact and how these interactions impact behavior. Neuroscience intersects psychology, science, medicine, and impacts the legal system, education, and even marketing. Clearly, neuroscience presents multiple pathways for you to consider.
  • Law & ParalegalThe law profession encompasses a variety of career fields some of which require an advanced degree where others do not. Those interested in the field of law typically pursue careers as lawyers, paralegals/legal assistants, criminal justice (law enforcement, probation officers, and correction officers), social work/justice (family law, juvenile law, elder law and child protective services), public policy, federal government, protective services, detective services and more.
  • Business Intelligence, Analytics & Data ScienceEvery time a customer interacts with a computerized system, whether at a Grocery Store, Online Store, or Social Media site, data is created and stored in a data solution system. Tools then convert this data into metrics (known as analytics) that assess consumer behavior. Analytic professionals interpret analytical data and utilize statistics, predictive modeling, and managerial strategies to drive business decisions. Analytics are used in nearly every industry. Marketing companies use analytics to measure and analyze performance of different initiatives, financial firms use analytics to analyze investments and forecast future scenarios, charter schools use analytical data to inform teaching practices, and major movie studios use analytics to project ticket sales.