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When you think of a data analyst, you probably picture someone sitting in the back room of the office, pounding on his computer keyboard, sorting through millions of rows of data looking for a nugget of useful information. He’s surrounded by empty fast food containers, and probably hasn’t spoken...
Read Kendall's full article on Course Report Any department, from any organization, can benefit tremendously from consulting a data analyst or scientist. So what do data analysts and data scientists do? They can come up with all kinds of valuable insights regarding anything, from identifying key-markers for potential sales growth, to pinpointing...
How can analytical skills like Excel, SQL and R help Level up your career? What's the number one most important skill for jobs paying $75,000 and more? Answer all these questions and more by checking out our latest slideshare (below)! Why Analytical Skills Pay from Level Education
The Master’s is the new bachelor’s, as the saying goes, and thanks to the internet, today’s graduates have more options than ever to get the real-world skills many feel they may have missed in college. Here’s a brief overview of three of the different opportunities available for continuing education...

The Data Analyst Toolkit

What tools does a data analyst need to have in his/her arsenal? What is the data analysis process? What are the pros and cons of different tools? Answer all these questions and more by checking out our first slideshare (below)! The Data Analyst Toolkit from Level Education
Data touches every facet of our lives. Spotify curates new playlists based on the songs you play. Amazon’s predictive algorithm suggests you buy a bike pump after you’ve purchased a helmet. Hospitals use analytics to save lives by resolving inefficiencies like patient wait times, patient readmissions, and understaffed units....
I grew up wanting to study architecture; I always did well in math. But then I became fascinated with computers, and (not to brag) taught myself to do some impressive things with them. For example, I knew how to do minor-ly complicated things in Microsoft Excel, and could edit...
You’ve been networking with friends, family, alumni, and former colleagues. You’ve reached out to recruiters, applied to job postings, and attended meetup events. You got the call for an interview for your dream job. Your suit is pressed and resume printed. You’ve done your research on the company and the employees...
Last week I met a colleague in the marketing team in Ireland. He is taking one of these popular online Data Analytics courses and needed help with a cluster analysis assignment. He was stuck, so I offered to take a look. The exercise involved clustering insurance customers in terms of risk...