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Masters of the Data Explosion: Big Jobs in Big Data

Written By: chrisr2 - Oct• 04•14

Think of it as the next Apollo space program, only in the private sector. Tremendous job growth, expanding technologies and new ways of seeing the world are only a few of the benefits that are being promised.

Even if you’re new to the job market you surely know the difference between “happy noises” and solid ground, but this one does look big and isn’t that different in purpose from the space program, philosophically. It carries with it the double benefits of marketing wisdom and self-knowledge. Through the temples of high performance computing and data analysis, we can see who we really are, and sell to ourselves.

The boom is already well past the horizon, and Forbes magazine along with many other media sources has started to do its own data analysis on the job market to see what the effect is so far. Given Forbes’ categorization of job titles in marketing analytics, business intelligence and other related fields, as of July, 2013 they show over 23,000 job postings. Growth for one year is 67%, three years 136%. “Big data” is starting to be an explicit job requirement for these jobs, with requirements including:

Data visualization
Marketing Data Analytics
Data security
Data science

Scanning some of the openings posted, many of the companies such as Ancestry.com are focused in another business realm, but waking up quickly to the need to make good use of the treasures stored in their own data.

InfoWorld points out that many Big Data jobs are part of an overall growth in opportunities for hybrid IT/business grads and professionals who know the tools and have domain expertise with the data. Smartplanet.com takes the diversified jobs perspective even further, saying that understanding and using analytics will be an important part of the skill set of anyone wanting to get ahead as Big Data becomes a key part of company strategies. Presenting results or innovative ideas to decision makers will require more than optimistic graphics: executives will be looking for deep analytics to support claims and projections.

At the AT&T web jobs portal there’s a specific URL to show the latest Big Data jobs, which include:

Big Data Scientist
Director, Business Operations, Customer Insights & Big Data
Senior & Principal Data Scientists
Senior Hadoop Developer Big Data
Technology Lead (Big Data)

There are many more, most posted in the last month or two. Jive Software’s list of open source projects they’re interested in include Apache Hadoop, HBase, ZooKeeper, Pig, Mahout, Flume and Neo4j. Chances are there aren’t going to be many candidates with extensive experience in all of these, so the market is going to be hot.

According to Glassdoor.com, salaries at major corporations for Big Data software engineers in Boston and San Francisco are running $80-120k, Data Scientists and Analysts have been making $90-110k and $65-75k respectively. Salaries vary according to industry, location, and demand, and for technical professionals can often include very attractive employee benefits and work environments as well.


Connecticut has a new source for tech jobs

Written By: chrisr2 - Aug• 29•14

If you work in information technology and you live in Connecticut, the nutmeg state has a new site for you. CONNtechjobs.com is the newest niche job board fir IT professionals in CT.

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What happens when you combine Indeed and Twitter?

Written By: chrisr2 - Jun• 29•14

The answer is Jobcritters, a new twitter based job search engine that brings together job seekers on twitter and the job publishers who court them.


Free for all, job seekers can search, share and save real-time job tweets from the past 6-9 days so you will only see FRESH job leads. Plus they can create a twitter based resume, a ‘twesume’ that allows them to add more keywords than normally allowed in the twitter bio section. Simply put its a better way to search jobs for twitter!


Where to find entry level jobs

Written By: chrisr2 - Jun• 16•14

A new job board that lists only entry level jobs has launched. EL Employers is a free resource for all new college grads. Employers can post jobs for as little as $99 per month.Since there are very resources targeted towards college grads, EL Employers should do well. Its a much needed resource int he job market.


The average starting salary for recent grads is now around $40,000 for most jobs. Wikipedia defines the entry level job market in the following way:

An entry-level job is a job that is normally designed or designated for recent graduates of a given discipline, and does not require prior experience in the field or profession. These may require some on-site training. Many entry-level jobs are part-time, and do not include employee benefits. Recent graduates from high school or college usually take entry-level positions.

Entry-level jobs targeted at college graduates[1] often offer a higher salary than those targeted at high school graduates. These positions are more likely to require specific skills and knowledge. Most entry-level jobs offered to college graduates are full-time permanent positions, and some offer more extensive graduate training programs. While entry-level jobs traditionally required no experience, that is changing due to a surplus of college graduates on the job market.

Ecommerce Software jobs in Connecticut

Written By: chrisr2 - Apr• 04•14

GoECart, a Bridgeport Connecticut based provider of eCommerce software has announced the launch of its new career site.  The company is actively hiring and launched their new initiative in order to give candidates a better perspective about life at the fast growth start up.

e-commerce red


“As we grow, the site will grow with us”, says CM Russell, GoECart’s Talent Acquisition Manager. “Candidates can check out our hiring process, read about perks and check out open job listings. There’ even a blog which will be used to highlight employee news and special events.”

The company mainly hires in sales, biz dev and technical roles that involve knowledge of the Microsoft Technology statck such as IIS, ASP.net and C#. Learn more at http://www.goecart.jobs/

EDMC looking to fill 20 jobs in Pennsylvania

Written By: chrisr2 - Feb• 06•14

The Education Management Corp (aka EDMC) is looking to hire. They just announced openings in: COLLECTIONS, RECOVERY, CUSTOMER SERVICE, PHONE, COMPLIANCE, ACCOUNTS.

The jobs are located in Green Tree Pennsylvania.

EDMC is hiring

View this job lead and learn how to apply.

Online art institue in Arizona Needs to Hire

Written By: chrisr2 - Feb• 04•14

Do you like teaching art? Well the Art Institute of Pittsburgh is hiring to staff their office on Phoenix Arizona. They are hiring for the following positions: ADMISSIONS, EDUCATION, CUSTOMER SERVICE, CAREER, COUNSELING, COMMUNICATIONS, SALES, ACADEMIC, CONSULTATIVE. Looks like they need to hire around twenty people so get your foot in the door today!

Learn more & apply.

online art institute jobs

Veterinary Hospital jobs available in California, New York and Florida

Written By: chrisr2 - Feb• 03•14

In this hidden job lead VetMgrCentral is looking to hire 102 people to fill jobs in VETERINARIAN, VETERINARY PRACTICE MANAGER, VETERINARY HOSPITAL MANAGER, VETERINARY OPERATIONS.

They are hiring due to strong demand for their services and need to hire more staff. Learn how to apply here.

veterinary hospital jobs

The latest hidden jobs from Hidden Jobs App

Written By: chrisr2 - Feb• 03•14

If you live in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Iowa, Indiana, California we’ve got some hot job leads.

Should I take a year out after graduating?

Written By: chrisr2 - Oct• 23•13

With the economy still struggling and unemployment rates soaring, many people are choosing to take a year out after graduating from University. Is this a good idea? Getting away for a while can seem inviting especially after years of hard studying, but are Graduates just delaying the inevitable? Could they make better use of that time by staying at home and getting some valuable job experience?


The post-uni “gap year” is nothing new. It was considered a rite of passage for many young Victorian men to travel around Europe before coming home and settling down. Now, thanks to commercial airlines, we can travel to any corner of the globe in hours, and take in different cultures, environments and landscapes.

The concept of the gap year has grown up a lot in recent years. Where it used to mean backpacking through as many countries as possible in the shortest period of time, taking photographs and moving on, today attitudes have changed, more and more people are choosing to give something back. Conservation groups, children’s charities and nature reserves are cropping up all over deprived countries, and travellers can now volunteer and work at these places whilst absorbing the culture around them. Not only is this much better for the societies in need, but the volunteers gain valuable skills which can be put to use on their CVs when they return home. People are living longer than ever before, and it is expected if this trend continues that the generation graduating from university now will live well into their 90s and even 100s. The retirement age recently increased, and will no doubt continue to do so as people live longer. Why spend your life studying in education only to rush into a career straight out of Uni? Your early 20s are the years when you can truly be selfish. With no dependent children or family, why shouldn’t you have a bit of adventure before settling down? After fourteen years of education, you deserve a break.

People have been heading off on worldly adventures after finishing their degree for years, and judging from the older generation, it didn’t do them any harm.


It is easy to sing the praises of the gap year. After all who wouldn’t want to swan off to distant lands and spend months getting drunk on foreign beaches? But graduates who are serious about finding their dream job could be missing out on huge opportunities by doing so. Many large corporations only accept Graduates who finished University up to two years ago. If you consider that you may not have enough required experience under your belt in order to even be considered for the interview stage, this is a very small window of opportunity. Your first few years out of University will shape your career more than any other. Rather than squandering what little money you have on flip flops and “finding yourself”, you should be focusing on getting as much experience as possible, whether that is through internships, volunteering or paid work.

The job market is hugely competitive at the moment, and if you want to have an edge on the hundreds of other graduates who apply, you need to prove yourself. Besides, wouldn’t you rather travel once you have enough money to be able to do it in style? You won’t earn that kind of money through slacking. You will find it much harder to find a graduate job in your desired field after a year away, and will not be in the mind-set to take the job hunt seriously. Take advantage of the knowledge that is still fresh in your mind – you won’t remember the finer details of your degree course if your mind is still in Bangkok.

Olivia Lazenby blogs for www.jobsinmanchester.com. After graduating she spent a year living in Australia, where she worked for the majority of her stay. She returned home to Manchester where she now advises job seekers on finding work.