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DATA VISUALIZATION JOBS // Data visualization is a popular and growing skillset to have. As the amount of data available has exploded, it’s become more critical to make sure we can communicate it in a meaningful way. That’s where data visualization comes in. In this video, I’ll look at skills needed for data visualization jobs and how to incorporate data visualization into your current job.

Data visualization jobs, like most other roles, can take many different forms. Some of these roles are more dedicated design roles. Think graphic designer who is solely focused on the communication of a predetermined message. These people aren’t doing any analysis themselves, they’re illustrating what’s already been analyzed and determined. Many of the data visualizations you see on or in the news are done by people who aren’t doing any analysis or doing minimal analysis work themselves.

On the other end of the spectrum are data visualization jobs where the visualization is a large part of the actual analysis. These types of roles fall into the data analytics sphere. Jobs that require extensive Tableau, Power BI, DOMO, or Qlik Sense expertise fall into this category. While these tools CAN be used just to create graphics, the majority of the time they’re used to actually analyze the data as well.

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  • The Career Force
    November 24, 2020

    Hi Jen,

    Is it required to learn coding/IT to enter data visualization field? Can one become a data visualization expert without having knowledge of coding, IT domain? I am good at Maths but I don't want to get into IT.

  • The Career Force
    November 24, 2020

    I want teach to you personally ? Please

  • The Career Force
    November 24, 2020

    pls pass me link where i can apply

  • The Career Force
    November 24, 2020

    Hi Jen, please give me few examples of tasks that you can do with Python and still can not do with Power BI these days (from data analyst perspective). Thanks

  • The Career Force
    November 24, 2020

    hey Jen. Thanks for the video. Can you recommmend some affordable/low cost online business analytics or data analytics programs that have a good curriculum?

  • The Career Force
    November 24, 2020

    Being an Indian, and just graduated, I am finding much difficulty in getting any job amid this pandemic. i am completely lost mam. Please guide what should I do as I had planned for Data Sc study in Germany which is on a halt now. Completely depressed!!!!

  • The Career Force
    November 24, 2020

    Informative

  • The Career Force
    November 24, 2020

    Thank you for your information and knowledge that share to us

  • The Career Force
    November 24, 2020

    Hey Jen, I watch your vids and find the content to be really informative and interesting. I wanted to ask, what's the reality of being a Full time Remote Data Analyst in a junior role? Also, being a data/business analyst does that mean you will mostly work for corporate organisations, who tend to be less flexible on the whole remote aspect and how common is it to go the freelancers route, in let's say 3 years after being in the field of working with Python(Plotly, Pandas etc.) R language, D3, SQL, Excel, Tableu.

    Thank you in advance. 🙂

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