OpenBI recently concluded our 2013 college recruiting. It was a banner year and we’re excited to have five “newbies” joining the company over the first half of 2014. Initial interviews were conducted at our usual suspect Midwestern university schools, one a big public and the other two private. This year’s hires include two science majors, two engineers and an actuary/statistician. Noteworthy is the absence of computer science or information systems degrees.
Not that we’re uninterested in computer scientists. On the contrary, OpenBI’s business is quite technical and potentially a good fit for CS grads. But CS’ers often seek roles in software development, which isn’t exactly what we do, and might not be as passionate as we are about data.
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