Top 5 Reasons Data Analytics is a Good Career Choice

Top 5 Reasons Data Analytics is a Good Career Choice

Should you get into Data Analytics? Is it a good career choice? Today we are going to talk about some of the reasons that becoming a Data Analyst is a great career choice! Hopefully this will help with all of those questions you’re going to get from your family over the holidays!

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24 thoughts on “Top 5 Reasons Data Analytics is a Good Career Choice

  1. Pretty much, great content.
    Please is there a way where I could do data analyst straight forward without Database Tech or database management.

  2. Hello Alex! One quick question. I ve already learned how to use Power BI and Im currently learning SQL. After these two tools, what would you recommend me to learn? Python for example?

    Thanks in advance

  3. Been struggling with making a decision between cloud and data analyst for a career change..
    Your videos helped alot alex thanks a lot
    My only fear is the lack of data jobs where I live

  4. Hi, I am really glad I have discovered this channel, because I am thinking about transitioning my career into data analytics. I am also thinking about the future vision – where I would like to work, should I aim for positions at companies or start as a freelancer. There is not much info about freelancing in data analytics, maybe you could share some info from your experience? Is it worth trying? Thanks!

  5. I like to share my experience with you guys when I left college, I got a Job which was barely enough to pay my bills with nothing left. I practically lived from paycheck to paycheck without any savings. In a short while I left the Job in search of a better Job which took like forever. They all say the same thing; ''that they're not hiring at the moment but however my application will be considered whenever they start hiring". This went on for almost a year, I got kicked out of my house, then I went to live with my friend who introduced me to “olalekanspell” on Instagram who helped her secure her current job. Long story short“ I got my dream Job within 7days of reaching him, I now own a house and a car courtesy Dr.Olalekan

  6. Hi, thank you for this video. Do you see a master degree in Data Analytics would lead into a strategic career level in an organization? Something like Chief Digital Officer? I am working in a data tech company that provides analytics to the Oil & Gas sector and currently doing my masters in DA. I don't like being an analyst (aka doing frustrating manual work) since most of my career is client-facing roles (sales, customer success, etc). I prefer to be in an executive role where I can lead a company towards becoming more Data Driven that can lead to its success. Would be nice to know your point of view on that. Thanks again!

  7. Love your videos here. Check out LearnAnalytics as well. We feature industry professionals from well known companies such as Uber, Spotify and more. We want to share insights on the data profession.

  8. Can't thank you enough for helping shine a light on specific questions that so many of us have regarding the industry! As an undergrad graduating in 2022, I have taken an interest in a more data scientist track compared to a data analyst track. Since data scientist roles more often than not require master's degrees, should someone look to become a data analyst initially and eventually become a data scientist later in their career, or would you suggest a different path for someone looking to become a data scientist?

  9. Number 6: One can live their life to their fullest and enjoy those sports and hobbies that they thought were too risky and would put them out of commission if injured when it comes to work. I figure as long as one can type, and crutch or wheel their way into meetings, then all is good!

  10. Did you ever consider becoming a software developer? If so, what made you choose data analyst over dev? I ask because I have been studying to become a developer but data analysis, big data, etc. really interests me.

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