Cloud computing has significantly impacted on the ability for companies to utilise the power of Data Science, AI and Machine Learning, as a result these technologies have transitioned not just from R&D functions but into real world clinical and commercial applications.
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We have consultants specializing in various areas that Data Science can be applied to including: - R&D, Oncology, Genomics, Drug Development, Clinical trials and Market access.
What does a data scientist do?
In a nutshell, the job of a data scientist is to interpret and understand data. These skills have useful applications in an enormous variety of different fields – for example, we at Hyper Recruitment Solutions frequently recruit data scientists for pharmaceutical and chemical companies, as well as healthcare providers and IT firms.
What jobs can you get with a data science degree?
Here are some of the jobs you can get with a degree in data science:
According to the National Careers Service, a data scientist’s salary could be anywhere from £22,000 to £60,000 per annum.
As with any job, your salary will be determined by your employer based on a number of factors, including your level of experience, the responsibilities you’ll be taking on, and your rank within the organisation you work for.
If you are looking for a new role in the exciting data driven world of data science get in touch with us at email@example.com.