This is a practical, no-nonsense guide to getting a high-paying job in data science and analytics.
About a year ago, I was in your shoes.
I was frantically applying to jobs and basically just threw my resume in every direction and hoped I would get lucky.
Obviously, that didn't work.
Using a new strategy, I ended up getting multiple offers and even had the surreal experience of turning down requests from some of the biggest tech companies in the world.
You can learn all the skills that helped me finally figure out how to get offers. And you can learn what companies are really looking for in data science and analytics applicants.
Sound too good to be true?
This strategy works. I know I have a good product that is immediately useful. And I also have a lot of customers who would agree.
Don’t let another application, data task, or interview go to waste--let me show you how to make your resume and cover letter stand out, how to make your data task the “best one the team has ever seen,” and how to prepare for the inevitable interviews that will start coming your way.
Whether you are toiling away in management consulting, just got your masters or PhD, are mid-career in a job you hate, just finished a data science boot camp, or are some random analyst looking to jumpstart your career--this guide is for you.
What exactly are you buying?
You will receive a 25-page document that contains:
A proven strategy for obtaining the skills you need for a career in data science and analytics
A tried and tested template for crafting the perfect resume, cover letter, website, and GitHub
Tactics and tricks to prepare for and ace behavioral interviews, technical interviews, and even the pesky data challenges
Negotiation advice to make sure you don’t leave money on the table
Information and examples on the career trajectory for someone in data science and analytics
These are the same tactics I used to get Google, Facebook, TuneIn, and countless others interested in me.
Still not convinced?
When I first started applying, my strategy was complicated and ineffective: I'd apply to hundreds of jobs with a generic and crowded resume, get rejected from 99% of those jobs, and then botch whatever interviews I did get.
Through trial and error plus my experience on the other side of the interview process, I developed a simple and effective strategy that involves how to craft a clear, interesting, and eye-catching resume/application, how to reach out to the hiring team and show genuine interest in the job opening, how to hone the skills you need to ace the nerve-racking technical interviews, and how to develop a narrative and prepare for the critical thinking and conversational interviews that trip up most candidates.
Don't continue to waste your time sending out application after application without a purpose.
Most candidates work incredibly hard and accumulate a bunch of really impressive technical skills--but for some reason neglect the parts of the application process that actually get you hired. Writing an amazing resume is a skill. Interviewing well is a skill. Being able to demonstrate to a non-technical product manager that you can be a valuable member of the company is a skill.
This guide is all about making sure you present the best possible version of yourself to recruiters and hiring managers and making sure you are prepared throughout every step of the interview process.
Let's get you hired.