The Complete Data Science Certification Training Bundle can help you become one of those competent workers, and once you're all trained up, these are some of the industries that will come a-callin' first:
If you hear the phrase "human genome" and think, "What about the human A, B, C, D, E, and F-nome?" then internet comedy might be for you. Because that joke is BRILLIANT, and don't let anyone tell you otherwise. But if your thoughts are a smidgen more sophisticated, then the biotech industry could use your help. Sequencing the human genome and mapping the 10,000-plus microbes in the human microbiome are two ever-evolving projects which could lead to countless technological advancements. (Think full-body disease scans a la Star Trek.) But in order to get there, they need data scientists to interpret their findings into something more prescient than, "Yep, that's a lot of microbes."
It might seem like the only numbers the energy industry cares about are the ones that start with a dollar sign, but many companies are using big data to improve the efficiency of electrical grids in major cities. Tracking power consumption patterns for entire populations allows them to predict outages, match supply to demand, and vastly simplify maintenance when aging lines go down. Optimizing how humans use resources might not sound too sexy on paper, but it could literally save the planet, and that's exactly how we suggest framing your job when talking about it later on at the bar.