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Burby on Becoming an Analyst

Jason Burby, ClickZ columnist, has written what could be considered a follow-up to my 3 part series on hiring an analyst. Where I focused on the analytics hiring manager, Burby’s column offers a few tips for the individual contributor on how to become an analyst. His observations about backgrounds that lead to a good analyst jibe nicely with mine.

I wonder if he’s been reading my blog? 😉

Filed under: People, Web Analytics

2 Responses

  1. Jason Burby says:

    Aaron – Didn’t actually know you had a blog, but I should have guessed. Now I do, it is a good read. Hiring be top of mind for many of us. Hope all is well!

    Take care,
    Jason

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  2. Aaron Gray says:

    Touche. Yes, hiring is top of mind, isn’t it? Know any good candidates?

    Best,
    Aaron

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