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Data Science in 2022

While the demand for data science professionals has been strong for some time, pent-up demand from the pandemic pause in 2020, meant 2021 hiring was a banner year. Here at Smith Hanley Associates we saw increased openings for data scientists, data analysts, data engineers, BI professionals and credit risk analysts. Although COVID hasn’t completely gone… Read more »

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recruiters

Smith Hanley unique recruiters are ready to assist you in hiring or finding your next position in the fields of Data Science, Actuarial Science, Market Research, Biostatistics and Clinical Data Management, Pharmaceutical Sales and Pharmaceutical Commercial Analytics. See our testimonial page on our website to see what our clients and candidates say about us. We… Read more »

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work with Smith Hanley

Why do people love to work with Smith Hanley? from Smith Hanley Associates Why do people love to work with Smith Hanley? Our clients can tell you for themselves. Great to work with! Employers appreciate that we are smart, thorough and consistently deliver quality candidates. Sean Murphy is an absolute pleasure to work with.  He… Read more »

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remote worker's career

When companies sent their employees home to work for the last year and a half due to the pandemic, productivity didn’t suffer and workers enjoyed their new freedom and time and money-saving lack of a commute. Now employees are revolting at the idea of going back into the office full-time or at all. What will… Read more »

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four day work week

The five day work week began in 1940 when the push by labor movements for more humane working conditions created the 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act. With all the technological advancements in society and the workplace since 1940 and the pandemic driven realization that successful remote work is possible, isn’t it time to consider a… Read more »

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big city workers returning to office

In early summer 2021, before the Delta variant surge, the general consensus was 62% of big city workers returning to the office in September. Thirty six percent of the workforce was back in New York City offices in the first week of October which was a 5% increase since Labor Day but well below what… Read more »

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hiring during the holidays

If you haven’t heard, hiring is booming! Across multiple industries and multiple job tracks companies are in desperate need of new employees. Stopping your job search over the holidays means you will miss out on some real opportunities. Here are six reasons why you should keep or even start job hunting or hiring during the… Read more »

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data visualization

As we detailed in our previous blog, Data Visualization History, people have been visualizing data for centuries. The ability to visualize large complex data sets quickly and easily is relatively new. With the introduction of Microsoft Excel in 1990 rows and columns of data could be changed into a visual representation with the click of… Read more »

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data visualization

The graphical representation of data, data visualization, has been happening for a long time. Where has it been and where is it going will be presented in this blog and one to follow shortly.  Here is a brief data visualization history. 12,000 Years Ago to the 10th Century The walls of caves hold the oldest… Read more »