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Interesting Statistics of Employment: 5 Figures

It is a common sight to see the old and young talking about the job market that is going through a slump, regardless of the time or the economic conditions of the country; this picture usually is accompanied with some “cutting chai” at tea stalls on busy streets or cool cafes at the malls with the slurp of espresso with a tiny straw where the average upper-middle class youth talk about their first-world dreams while breathing progressive third-world air.

 

Interesting Statistics of Employment: 5 Figures

 

But is that really always the case? Data management or statistical analysis as we have established several times before, is sending the job market into hyper-drive, attracting millions of MNCs into the Indian soil and populating the job search portals with millions of opportunities in data.  But dare we only make statements, we are statisticians and we know that numbers do speak louder than simple statements.

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Python Vs R- Which You Want To Learn First

If Big Data interests you as a career choice and you are pretty much aware of the skills you need in order to be proficient in this field, in all likelihood you must be aware that R and Python are two leading languages used for analyzing data. And in case you are not really sure as to learn which of the mentioned articles first, this post will help you in making that decision.

In the field of analysis of data, R and Python both are free solutions that are easy to install and get started with. And it is normal for the layman to wonder which to learn first. But you may thank the heavens as both are excellent choices.

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