Ever since the COVID-19 virus began to spread around the world in January 2020, global leaders have relied on coronavirus statistics to analyze its progression.
Maybe you’ve long held aspirations to work in an analytical environment—you enjoyed logic, math made sense, and you felt relatively at home with the idea of probabilities.
Decisions made solely on anecdotal information are known as “evidence-free determinations.” Even the most experienced decision-makers know better than to rely only on intuitive “gut” inclinations.
Here’s the thing about data: it doesn’t lie.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “statistics” as “a branch of mathematics dealing with the collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of masses of numerical data.” Applied statist
At one point, it was mostly sufficient for businesses, particularly small ones, to be primarily interested in tracking their financials – their revenues, expenditures, and profits.
In a tech-driven world, job seekers often overlook the importance of soft skills, but they play a vital role in successful collaboration with colleagues and clients.