With data science and big data top-of-mind for all types of organizations, hiring analytics professionals often was a challenge for managers in 2015. For the professional with good data skills, that meant not only full employment but some decent bumps in salary, bonuses, and perks, sometimes from current employers and sometimes in a competitive market. Will that talent demand continue in 2016?
John Reed, senior executive director for recruiting firm Robert Half Technology, joins All Analytics Radio to discuss his company's research on the hiring plans for enterprise organizations and on what analytics pros can expect in compensation in 2016.
Tune into A2 Radio to hear Reed at 2 pm on January 28. Visit the All Analytics site to share your questions and comments with our guest.
In this event you will learn:
- What organizations have told Robert Half Technology about their hiring plans for analytics and other technology professionals
- If demand for analytics pros remains high
- Expected salary and bonus levels and other forms of compensation for 2016
- What hiring managers can do to compete for the best talent
- How analytics professionals can optimize their career opportunities in the year ahead
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