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SAS/SQL/SPSS/R Analysis




SAS, SQL, SPSS and R are statistical programs, which can be used to make sense of the vast array of transactional, web and market level data our clients own or have access to.

The data is stored in tables and analysts will perform a number of tasks to answer various business questions.

Often linked with customer and marketing analytics, these tools enable analysts to perform: Information retrieval and data management, report writing and graphics, statistical analysis, econometrics and data mining.

Qualifications to be accredited in these programs are available.




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Salary: MYR 9k/mth
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Malaysia
Reference: 932742-PI
A consumer bank is hiring a Data Scientist for their newly established Advanced Analytics team in KL, Malaysia. You will work alongside a respected leader in the industry, developing advanced analytics solutions to drive customer engagement and revenue growth. You will build predictive models using machine learning techniques and be proficient in programming languages like R, Python, SAS, SQL. Be a game changer and make an impact today!
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Salary: Up to SGD 120k/yr
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Singapore
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Reference: 932585-PI

Global financial institution is hiring for several data management professionals to join their team in Singapore. You will contribute to database enhancements and big data management in the longer term.

Ideal candidates should have 5-10years experience across data modeling, database management, data mart and data lake development. Experience in PL/SQL, Informatica, Python, Oracle, Hadoop is highly valued. Knowledge in financial market...

Salary: up to £30,000 for the right candidate + benefits
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Home Counties
Reference: 932724-PI

Are you curious to see what happens with your recommendations once your de-brief is over?

Can you see yourself as actioning the insight you have unearthed?

Do you find yourself asking why and what happens next all the time?

If this is resonating then a client side move is exactly the next challenge you should be seeking

This is a superb opportunity for a junior researcher (just starting out in their career wi...


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