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Time To Switch Career To Data Science With Aditya
October 15, 2021

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, Time To Switch Career To Data Science With Aditya

October 15, 2021 - Issue #034

Talk with your own Mentor(s) to quickly learn more about your desired career. It may save time and money through a concentrated learning process. Avoid the mistakes of others. Try multiple Mentors or multiple careers to allow you to focus in quickly on your own dream career.

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  • Quotes/Jokes: Data Science Jokes and Fun Quotes

  • Videos: Is Data Science Really a Rising Career? ($100,000+ Salary)

  • News & Advice: Dying Careers You May Want To Steer Clear Of

  • Blog Updates: Aditya Sharma - Data Scientist

  • Career Change News: How To Nail The Exit Interview And Why It Matters

  • Ask the Editor: I want your questions!

  • Feedback: Love to hear from you on any subject.



1. Data science is 89% preparing the data, 20% complaining about preparing the data.

2. What do you get when you cross a pirate with a data scientist? 
Answer: Someone who specializes in Rrrr.

3. Why should you take a data scientist with you into the jungle? Answer: They can take care of Python problems.



“Aim for simplicity in Data Science. Real creativity won’t make things more complex. Instead, it will simplify them.”

~ Damian Duffy Mingle

“Predictions have an expiry date. Action is needed before predictions expire.”

~ Shitalkumar R Sukhdeve

“Data Scientists should refuse to be denied by someone else's vision of what's possible.”

~ Damian Mingle




Is Data Science Really a Rising Career? ($100,000+ Salary)

This video is put out by 365 Data Science. It is a good animated video that helps to explain why data science is a great career field to choose.

Here are some of the highlight points discussed in the video:

  1. The basic point is there is a strong demand and low supply which results is a good salary.
  2. Access to data crunching tools has widened over the past few years. So more companies are being to use them.
  3. Google, Amazon and Facebook are companies you are familiar with that use data science to to strong degree. As a result, they can target their viewers with ads and products that the viewer may be likely to buy.
  4. Small businesses are starting to use data tools to find ways to capture greater market share. This means some businesses will be left behind without data science.
  5. This is a new field in our education system. So most people that transition to data science gain skills through self education.
  6. It is a lucrative career choice.

The video is 8:26 minutes long.

See the vidio on data science


Dying Careers You May Want To Steer Clear Of

Neale Godfrey of provides an interesting perspective on those career fields that will be negatively impacted in the future. Be care if you are looking to move into these areas.

The world is changing and it seems like it is changing so fast. As a result jobs will change.

Here are a few examples of jobs that will disappear in the future.

  • Real Estate Agent: Frankly, I thing most of us can see this happening already. There are so many online companies that are willing to buy your house as is or cleaned up. Won’t be long.
  • Truck/Taxi Driver: Ok, for the taxi driver due to Uber and Lyft. But I believe the truck driver will be around for a while before driverless technology is good enough to allow for safe travel. Our demand for goods is too great.
  • Librarian: Researching in the library is almost gone already. Access digitally is available to everyone.
  • Doctor: COVID-19 started moving us in this direction, but I feel it will take a while if at all.

Read his explanation and the others in the article below

Dying Careers You May Want To Steer Clear Of

Of course, you can always contact us to learn more about opportunities to find a mentor or to become an entrepreneur and work wherever you wish as a mentor.


Aditya Sharma - Data Scientist

Aditya Sharma is currently the Manager, Data Scientist in Capgemini (Pune, India) and has more than 8 years experience working in Data Science and Analytics.

His responsibilities include selecting features, mining data, processing data, doing ad-hoc analysis, extracting data, designing and developing data driven features.

As a senior member of his team, he always helps people whenever they face technical challenges.  Sharing knowledge is a strong belief of his.

As a data science mentor, he will share his insight with you. Contact Aditya.

Our Aditya Sharma article.


How To Nail The Exit Interview And Why It Matters

Sara Sutton of presents her view of and interesting thought that many people are encountering. With more and more people changing jobs and careers, it is even more important to present yourself well in an exit interview. Sara give some thought provoking ideas that everyone should consider. A few of the questions that will most likely be asked are:

  • Why are you leaving? If is beneficial to tell the company if there is something they can do better if that has an impact on your decision. If leaving is out of their control, it would be good to advise them. She give advice on how to answer that question.
  • Did you have the tools to succeed in your job?
  • How was your manager?
  • What did you like and dislike about your job?
  • Would you recommend the company/job to others?
  • What are your recommendations?
Read her thoughts on these issues and how is the best way to answer each. Her article is shown here.

How To Nail The Exit Interview And Why It Matters


Here we are again. I would love to help you get the answers you need in your career change process. Please feel free to contact me with your questions or comments. Mention that you question comes from our newsletter section and I will place the response in this section for all of our readers.


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