Career Community: Technology, Data and Analytics

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Technology, Data and Analytics

Technology, Data and Analytics is a career community focused on the collection of information to solve problems in science, health research, economics, business, engineering, and market research. The industry aims to organize, interpret, and summarize numerical data in order to provide usable information.


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Personal or general interests that indicate this community might be a good fit:

Attention to detail, creativity, video games, life-long learner, community service & giving back, social media, statistics, organization, social media, puzzles & problem solving
 

Industries in which
you might seek employment
after graduation:

 

Careers you might consider
after graduation:

  • Information Systems
  • Consulting
  • Database Administration
  • Human/Computer Interface design
  • Financial Analysis
  • Banking
  • Economic Analysis
  • Actuarial Sciences
  • Insurance
  • Accounting
  • Software
  • Healthcare
  • Marketing
  • Consumer Analysis
 
  • Actuarial Analyst
  • Application Developer/Programmer
  • Applied Mathematician
  • Bioinformaticist
  • Business Analyst
  • Computer Support Specialist
  • Consultant
  • Data Analyst
  • Systems Engineering
  • Database Analyst/Designer
  • Digital Graphics Designer
  • Information Architect
  • Insurance Risk Manager
  • Data Visualization Specialist

Meet Your Career Coach:

Maggie Kruth, Career Coach (Headshot)

Maggie Kruth, M.S.Ed (she/her/hers)

Career Coach
Kruth.2@osu.edu

Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Maggie graduated from Miami University in 2018. After earning her Masters in Education from Johns Hopkins University and teaching high school English for two years in Dallas, TX, Maggie returned to Ohio to be closer to family and friends. In addition to teaching high school, Maggie previously worked with adult learners in the technology and software development sector, right here in Columbus. She is passionate about bringing empathy and understanding to the table in order to support students in a personalized and unique way!

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Jobs and Internships for members of this Career Community


Guides and tip sheets you'll find useful:

  1. Data Analytics Resume Sample
  2. Information Technology Resume Sample
  3. Actuarial Science Resume Sample
  4. Get the Buckeye Advantage
  5. Data Analytics Job Search

 

Helpful Links for members of this Career Community

Technology, Data and Analytics

DICE 
Career website for technology and engineering fields. Job seekers can search and apply nationwide for jobs free of charge. Entry-level opportunities are listed. They are identified by entering “entry level” as a keyword when conducting a job search.

TechCareers 
IT jobs, engineering jobs and career resources for IT.

icrunchdata 
icrunchdata is the leading brand for job seekers, advertisers and employer solutions in Data Science, Analytics and everything Big Data.

ITJobPro
Top jobs in the IT industry; each posting expires after 30 days to ensure all opportunities are relevant.

Hacker News
Y Combinator is a company that has funded startups such as Dropbox, Reddit, and AirBNB. When these startups have job openings, they go back to Y Combinator, who in turn posts the opportunity to their website, Hacker News.

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics 
Online job board and resource center for careers in mathematics.

Be An Actuary 
Site developed by the Society of Actuaries.

Master's In Data Science
Gain an understanding about the difference between data analytics and business analytics. The information provided can help you make an informed decision about which career path is best for you. Additionally, if you are interested in pursuing an advanced degree in data science, this site provides information about various schools with data science master’s programs.

Discover Data Science 
Make connections between prospective students and educational opportunities in the exciting field of data science.

Cyber Security Guide
Cybersecurityguide.org is a community resource for those exploring educational and professional opportunities in the field of Cybersecurity. In addition, the site offers a wide variety of cybersecurity resources curated by educational experts.

 


 

Industry Connections for Technology, Data and Analytics

If you're an employer that is interested in recruiting from this population of students at The Ohio State University, we've made it easy for you! Director of Industry Connections Scott Kustis is your point of contact. Scott can help you explore our Career Fairs and Expos, our signature programs, and develop a recruiting strategy to hire from the high-caliber and diverse population of students and recent alumni.

Director of Industry Connections, Scott Kustis (headshot)

Scott Kustis, MBA

Director, Industry Connections
(614) 292-6961
kustis.1@osu.edu

Scott joined the Center for Career and Professional Success in October 2005 as a career prep advisor, and eventually moving into an assistant director role. In this role, Scott advised students on ways to build their resumes and professional competencies. He also coordinated the annual Ohio State Spring Career Fair, and served as the manager for employer relations.

In August 2018, Scott was appointed to the newly established role of Director of Industry Connections. In this role, Scott leads his team as they build relationships with businesses and brands interested in hiring high caliber and diverse talent, ready to help organizations tackle their 21st century challenges.