Our recruitment experience in data analyst jobs
Data analysts are some of the most valuable members of an organisation. The emergence of AI and machine learning – plus the need to consolidate data integrity, compliance and digital transformation – has driven demand for this role. Furthermore, as data analysis professionals with the right skills are limited, they can be generously rewarded for their services.
We’ll find out exactly what you want and then make sure our exclusive network of employers gets to hear about you, your skills, and expertise. You’ll be able to capitalise on the high demand for data analysts, and as your lifelong partner, we’ll support you every step of your career.
Data analyst employers we work with
We work with a broad range of tech-driven employers currently looking for data analysts to join their workforce, from growing start-ups to large enterprises.
Our technology experts are committed to finding you a new data analyst role at an organisation that’s right for you – no matter your experience, location, or specific skill set.
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DATA ANALYST JOBS FAQs
Data analyst salaries differ depending on the specific role, as well as the location and the experience of the individual. In London, a data analyst can expect to earn £36,000-£80,000 per year, a performance analyst £40,000-£70,000, and a data architect in the region of £85,000 to £120,000.
Data analysts are often required to have a degree in maths, statistics, or some form of computing.
However, due to the notable shortage of skilled data analysts, many organisations are now prioritising proven experience over qualifications. Moreover, some are placing greater emphasis on potential. This means there are learning and development opportunities for those with an analytical mindset and an understanding of data analytics.