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A small percentage of time goes to data analysis
While data professionals are among the most important employees at many organizations, much of the work they do doesn’t generate insights or strategies for the company. Instead, it involves data clean-up and preparation, modeling and troubleshooting. A new study by Nexla, “The Definitive Data Operations Report,” breaks down just how data professionals spend their time each month, and what they find to be the least enjoyable activities.
Data clean-up and prep = 17 percent
Data scientists say data clean-up is the least enjoyable task they undertake each month by far, perhaps in large part because it is the most time-consuming thing they do. It fell to the number two spot among data engineers.