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Product managers identify customer needs and the larger business objectives that a product or feature will fulfill. Product managers also articulate what success looks like for a product, and build a team to turn that vision into a reality.
Product marketing managers are the point people for marketing efforts –– they lead efforts to understand the user and then develop sales and marketing messaging that speaks to that user. They also set pricing strategy and drive competitive analysis.
Machine Learning Engineering
Machine learning engineers manage and perform complex modelling on data sets. They also build software that automates predictive models such as Netflix's "recommended" tool, which makes predictions on things you have watched in the past.
Machine Learning Engineering
Project managers act as the point people for a project from start to finish. They manage timelines, ensure functional communication across different teams, and are accountable for the project's delivery and outcomes.
Database engineers create and manage databases. This can include anything from building a new database to meet a specific need to configuring new and existing systems to ensure everything remains fully functional.
Digital marketers are responsible for managing a company's efforts to acquire and convert customers through brand awareness, social media campaigns, email marketing campaigns, and more.
Business analysts use quantitative and qualitative data to understand what a business does and how it does it. BAs then leverage data and problem solving to determine how to improve existing business processes.
Business development representatives spend a lot of time reaching out to potential new customers. It is their job to understand the product and the market, and come up with creative new strategies for getting customers on the phone.
Graphic designers are responsible for understanding products and customers. Their role is to use a combination of computer software and artistic concepts to craft graphics and designs that relay the product message to the customer in compelling ways.
Tech sales managers spend a lot of time talking to customers. They're experts on what they're selling and know how to build and maintain a good relationship. They are responsible for hitting company targets and work well under pressure.
UI and UX design dictates users' experiences with products. UI/UX designers get to know customers and how they engage with a product. They are responsible for research, testing/optimizing, and perfecting the look and function of a product.
Data analysts are responsible for gathering, cleaning, and analyzing data using statistics. They translate numbers and data into business solutions.
Software engineers are computer science professionals who use their knowledge of engineering principles and programming languages to build software products and run network control systems.
Data scientists utilize their analytical, statistical, and programming skills to collect, analyze, and interpret large data sets. They then use this information to develop data-driven solutions to difficult business challenges.
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