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May 10, 2022, 2:34 p.m. | /u/Althonse

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I am new to non-academic research, but it seems like data scientists sometimes get unnecessary shat on.

From talking to people and reading job descriptions, DS (especially at a startup) often seems closer to a Research Scientist than MLE, and especially DE. If what you want to do is research and model development it seems like DS is the best option next to RS - which seem to be the hardest positions to get.

I was initially weary of taking …

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