San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
In today's fast moving corporate society, many skills are fast becoming obsolete and new ones are being born. Unfortunately, many Universities are still doing the same old stuff. Adapting too slowly means you soon become irrelevant to today's highly ambitious employer. As at today, there are 411,849 live technology related vacancies in the UK, 20% of these jobs are paying over £40K+ per annum.
For example, UK Government forcasts Big Data Will Create 58,000 New Jobs by 2017 in the UK and this is making the Government call for more data scientists in the UK to counter the shortage of Data Scientist. Gartner finds that by 2015, the demand for data and analytics resources will reach 4.4 million jobs globally, but only one-third of those jobs will be filled.
You are invited to join an exclusive, hosted gathering of experienced professionals, industry thought leaders and top solution providers for real-world tips and best practices on how to develop new skills in data analysis to become a highly sought after individual in the business world.
In this conference, we will be providing all the necessary information you need to integrate your previous skills and experience into the current job market. Our delegates have gone on to secure highly paid jobs with 85% earning more than £30,000 per annum.
When & Where
Formed in 2009, employing a team of leading industry practitioners. Pairview drives Big Data, analytics and performance innovation through its range of products and services.
We provide innovative solutions to complex business problems - through our business & data analytics services to key industry sectors and the vendor partnership with IBM, SAS and Microsoft.
We help smart and determined people get career started - by identifying the gaps in key areas where businesses struggle to recruit, and providing people with the skills and expertise.
We collaborate with large corporations to identify top talents in the market place, and provide direct recruitment in Big Data analytics with salaries between £35k-100k.