Data analysts are trained in mathematics, statistics, and computer science, which allow them to take on many different roles, such as operations analyst, financial analyst, and marketing analyst. Data analysts make sense of numbers to inform business strategies, allowing organizations to make data-driven decisions about pricing, scheduling, operations, and more.
Explore this resource to learn how to hire a data analyst, including tips on identifying the right skills, writing a job description, and interviewing candidates.
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This guide is for organizations looking to build their data science for social impact teams. Resources include hiring best practices, job description templates, websites, and sample applications for social impact organizations to share their open positions.
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