We can hardly believe it, but the countdown to Christmas is well and truly on.
It can feel like your career decisions need to be put off, but the need for data scientists never declines. Nor do the salaries.
As the year draws to a close and the country gets caught up in festivities, be smart (and beat your competition) by planning your next move NOW.
Start researching what skills you’ll need in 2018, start planning ways to achieve them, and start a conversation with us about how we can help you leverage your existing talents to secure a lucrative new role in 2018.
If you’re still undecided and want more information, then read on to get to know us a little better and see what we’ve been up to this month, and learn about how much you might earn (hint: it’s very respectable).
NOVEMBER 2017 NEWS
A massive welcome to the students in our last class of 2017!
This cohort of students will graduate right before Christmas, ready to find their new role straight off the bat in 2018. This sell-out course is one week in and students are off to a great start!
We are constantly focusing on securing even more job opportunities for graduates. This means we’ve been busy working with (and acquiring) more recruitment partners such as Rethink.
This also means another data science industry networking evening will soon be upon us – watch this space for more info and coverage of the event!
If you’re wondering about the success of our students, or where you might end up after our coaching, check out our graduate stories here. You can also read feedback from one of our current students below, and find the answer to the important question of ‘”How much will I earn as a data scientist?“.
Remember, we are already securing students on our next round of courses starting January, and NOW is the time to act if you want to join us.
We know we offer an incredible learning environment and truly expert coaching – but don’t just take our word for it!
Stacey is a current student with us and has the following to say about our great syllabus and teacher…
“Classes are all going very well!
The courses are well structured and the teacher is very knowledgeable on the subject and a very good instructor.
I am finding the class useful and there are number of topics that are covered that are not in Udemy or other sites.”
Stacey – data science student
YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Deciding to change the course of your career and become a data scientist is a big decision – so we understand you have a lot of questions.
Something we get asked a lot about is about is graduate salaries…
Q: How much will I earn when I leave?
A: Initial salaries are expected to range from £25k to £55k. The wide range is because our courses attract a wide range of skill sets.
According to Glassdoor, the average UK data scientist salary is £42,000 – though other sources such as Payscale estimate this to be £46,000, while Indeed, IT Jobs Watch and Adzuna work it out to be £60,000.
Using Glassdoor’s more modest figures, this equates to a median salary of £36,500 for a junior data scientist in the UK, and £65,000 for a more experienced data scientist.
Once you are managing your own team, very experienced and in demand, the sky really is the limit – £80,000 is about the beginning.
So depending on your previous skills and experience, and the level at which we are able to place you, you could earn anything from £25k to £55k initialy, easily progressing to around £80k after several years at a senior level.
Remember, although starting salaries vary greatly based on personal circumstance, this is a very in-demand field and career (and salary) progression should be rapid if you do well – especially compared to other tech jobs.
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Ready to learn from the experts and kick-start your new career?
Our next round of courses kick off on the 8th of January. Click the links below to view the syllabus and the details.
Remember to get your application in early, or contact us for an informal chat asap, as demand is high.
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