Aug. 19, 2023, 11:22 a.m. | /u/Tree8282

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Everyone here knows the DS market is way oversaturated and has little hope for recovery.

But then DS, ML and AI is used in so many fields that require a little bit more specialist knowledge. The regular DS titles are generally data analysts/business analysts, so there’s no need for a ton of that.

At the same time, most of academia uses DS and ML of some sort; biology, geology, economics, medicine etc, and then there’s the AI roles out there, …

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