13 interview questions you might have to answer if you want the 'best job in America'
The top ranking was based on Glassdoor's analysis of earning potential, career opportunities, and number of job openings. The median base pay was $116,840.
Dr. Andrew Chamberlain, Glassdoor's chief economist, explained the position's rise this way to Business Insider: "Since all companies have an online presence these days, they all need people who know how to manage and store data that helps them make better business decisions, compared to years ago when businesses didn't have data management at their fingertips to review and analyze to help them drive business forward. I expect this to continue to be a hot job for several years to come, too,"
And this type of data science is especially vital for tech companies like Facebook, Google, Uber, and so on.
But what does it take to get hired as a data scientist at a tech superpower?
We looked through Glassdoor's interview data to bring you 13 of the most interesting questions you'd have to answer to snag one of these coveted positions:
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