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By 2018, demand for workers skilled in analytics could outpace supply by 60 percent – or 1.6 million jobs – according to a McKinsey Global Institute study. What’s more, a Monster.com article, “Job Skills That Lead to Bigger Paychecks,” names SAS as the skill that nets the biggest paycheck.
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Dean McKeown, Director, Scotiabank Centre for Customer Analytics at Smith School of Business and Peter Christoffersen, Professor of Finance, Rotman School of Management (Lead Professor in Rotman’s Master of Financial Risk Management) discuss the importance of analytics education with SAS Canada Academic Program Lead, Mark Morreale; focusing on the benefits to students.
Professor Murat Kristal from Schulich School of Business discusses how the SAS Academic Program benefits his research, teaching and the future careers of his students.