With more data being created daily, and with up to 73% of enterprise data not being used at all, companies are realizing that talented data analysts can provide them a competitive advantage and are hiring data analysts as a result. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) expects the field to grow 25% between 2020 and 2030, significantly outpacing the national average of 8%. With median pay of $82,360, data analysts enjoy a good salary with the option to grow into more lucrative roles, such as data architect or data scientist, as they gain experience and new skills. Ranked on Glassdoor’s Best Jobs in America list for 2021, there’s never been a better time to pursue a career in data analytics.
In the USF CTPE Data Analytics Bootcamp, created in partnership with Microsoft, you’ll learn the technical skills needed to be an analyst: fundamental business statistics, analytics and visualization tools, and advanced analysis techniques. You’ll also hone your strategic thinking, an area hiring managers tell us most job seekers lack, with about 50% of the curriculum focusing on this critical training. You’ll complete 20+ hands-on mini-projects and a capstone project, rounding out an impressive portfolio that can be shared with hiring managers.
In this 100% online bootcamp, you’ll be deciding when and how you learn, but you won't ever be doing it alone. You’ll be supported by a student advisor and an industry mentor, who you’ll meet 1-on-1 with weekly. You’ll also have access to a career coach and optional career curriculum.
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