Sept. 19, 2023, 6:46 p.m. | /u/Parking-Buddy8031

Data Science

Hey everyone,

This is my first ever Reddit post so please excuse any formatting/layout mistakes.

I'm (24F) a 3rd-year PhD student looking for some advice on getting a full-time position for either data science of ML engineering. My issue is that I am getting a "Mechanical Engineering" PhD, but everything I do on a daily basis involves research with ML (specifically neural nets), data prep/management/visualization with python (pandas, scikit-learn, scipy, tensor flow, etc.) and maybe 15-20% mechanics. I work on …

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