Data scientists are being called the most in-demand IT job for 2014. But one data scientist cautions that this really three job roles, not one. And most that do it won't come from the traditional IT job ranks.
There is also no shortage of predictions around big data and data analytics as we close out the year. The latest come from Capgemini's Scott Schlesinger, senior vice president for business information management.
Some call it the big hype; others say it is the most overused word in the IT vocabulary. But however you view big data, it will be a driving force in IT spending in 2014.
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Data scientists are being held aloft as one of the premier IT hires as we head into 2014.