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- [Narrator] As the demand for data science increases,…more and more colleges and universities…are starting to offer undergraduate degree programs…in data science.…There are also a number of schools providing…graduate programs in data science.…There are pros and cons associated…with starting early or later when…it comes to your pursuit of a data science degree.…Getting an early start as a college freshman means…that you can develop your skills…as a data scientist in a reasonable pace…and in a balanced way, because you have four years…to study various aspects of data science…and get plenty of exposure to all…the essential topics, tools, and technologies…involved in data science.…
This is a great option for those…who aspire to be data scientists…and data analysts.…After getting a job in a particular field,…such as business intelligence, or BI,…you can develop your domain specific knowledge…through your on the job training opportunities.…This learning by doing approach is fine…and can give you more options…in terms of your job search because…
- Technical preparation for IT career paths
- Importance of soft skills
- Software engineering career options
- Careers in system administration
- Working in cybersecurity
- Careers in data science
- Working with machine learning
- Pursuing certifications
- Preparation tips
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1. An Overview of IT Developer Careers
2. Software Engineering
3. System Administration
5. Data Science
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