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Data Analysts are tasked with collecting, processing and analyzing large blocks of data. They translate large, complex data and use it in helping companies to make more informed decisions. Part of their duties may include designing and carrying out surveys, tracking key performance indicators, developing record management policies and monitoring data quality.
Data Analysts work across different industries, including finance, sales, manufacturing, consulting and marketing. Entry-level data analyst jobs typically require a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in statistics, math, computer science or a related field. Data Analysts are expected to have good communication and analytical skills. They must also be able to provide clear analysis using written, verbal or visual communication.
Home to the 8th largest port in the country, Seattle is a major tech city. It has a thriving video gaming industry and a rapidly expanding biotech field. Greater Seattle also has a booming aerospace industry. In 2016, almost 90% of Boeing jets were built in the city. Seattle’s close proximity to Canada makes it an important trading hub.
Surrounded by forest and beautiful mountain ranges, Seattle offers a lot in the way of cultural diversity and landmarks. Most residents find it easy striking a balance between work, arts and family. The city has a solid health care system and a large number of schools. Some of the popular neighborhoods include Queen Anne, Capitol Hill and South Lake Union—the location of Amazon.com HQ.