In celebration of Data Science Week, we undertook a fascinating examination of how data science can be applied across various sectors and emerging trends in the industry.
It is riveting to be reporting on the tech industry while it is undergoing such an intense paradigm shift.
With every passing year, technological progress marches on and opens up previously unthinkable possibilities in the process.
This is crystallised in the articles featured this week in the Careers section for Data Science Week. Data science is, as many are well aware, still one of the hottest industries in tech.
The jobs available in data science are stimulating, sought after and present many opportunities for advancement.
This is because the world at large is realising the potential data has to revolutionise how we behave as a society.
Adam Shapley, a senior regional director of Hays in Australia and New Zealand, outlined the hottest trends in data science to be aware of if you aspire to get into the industry.
We had a guest post from PTC explaining how data-driven design can make products smarter and more efficient.
We also had the opportunity to chat to Sheeka Patak, a back-end engineer at Zendesk, about her experience getting into coding and the things that need to change in STEM.
There was a welcome slew of jobs announcements alongside our data science content this week.
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals announced an amazing 300 jobs newly created at their Limerick bioprocessing facility.
The jobs wealth was evenly spread, with another 50 new positions in medtech firm Vitalograph made available in Ennis.
Australian travel agency Flight Centre Travel Group also announced 30 new roles in its Dublin office.
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New positions have been announced alongside news that Regeneron’s Irish bioprocessing campus will receive an additional $100m in funding.
Vitalograph, a manufacturer of respiratory devices, is on the hunt for data analysts, software designers and engineers.
Sheeka Patak, a back-end engineer at Zendesk, discusses her unusual entry into coding and what she believes needs to change in the world of STEM.
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Flight Centre Travel Group hopes to hire travel agents and staff with skills in IT, finance, admin, and sales and marketing.
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