Industry Outlook

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According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for data and information research scientists is expected to rise 19 percent by the year 2026, which is much faster than average for all other professions. About 5,400 new jobs in data science are projected over the next decade.

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Below you will find examples of Data Science careers and the average salary for that career:

  • Applications Architecht: $134,520.00
  • Business Intelligence (BI) Developer: $89,333.00
  • Data Analyst: $83,878.00
  • Data Architect: $137,630.00
  • Data Engineer: $151.307.00
  • Data Scientist: $139,840.00
  • Enterprise Architect: $161,272.00
  • Infrastructure Architect: $126,353.00
  • Machine Learning Engineer: $114,826.00
  • Machine Learning Scientist: $139,840.00
  • Statistician: $93,589.00