What lessons can be learned to upskill the UK’s workforce in data science?

The recent explosion in data, connectivity and computing power – combined with powerful, new analytics tools – has sparked huge interest in data science. In response, forward-thinking businesses are looking at how they can derive insights from big data analytics to better understand their customer base and give them a competitive edge. This trend is leading to a growing need for skilled professionals who can come into the business; mine and interpret the required datasets, identify trends and patterns and gain deeper insights into their customers and organisation to make better, more informed strategic decisions. In response to this growing demand, Britain is expected to create an average of 56,000 big data jobs a year until 2020. But, with big data talent in short supply in the UK, organisations are looking overseas…


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