5 Companies Hiring Data Analysts

Companies across a wide range of industries are looking for data analysts with the right mix of technical and interpersonal skills.

Written by Margo Steines
Published on Mar. 20, 2024
5 Companies Hiring Data Analysts
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You can find data analysts in just about every industry. They produce actionable insights that can have a significant impact on business decisions. In addition to having the right analytics skills, these professionals need to be familiar with data visualization tools and comfortable communicating their findings to other teams and business leaders. Keep reading to see what skills these companies are looking for from potential candidates.

Companies Hiring Data Analysts

  • Chime
  • Cloudflare
  • Stripe
  • Leidos
  • Upstart


Companies Hiring Data Analysts

Chime is a fintech company that operates as a neobank, offering traditional banking services like checking and savings accounts as well as credit cards, but without any physical locations. The company earns revenue from transactions, rather than through customer monthly fees or overdraft penalties. Chime is hiring data analysts to focus on product and marketing metrics.


Cloudflare offers solutions to support cybersecurity and performance for networks and applications through its cloud connectivity platform. The company is building up its business intelligence team by hiring data analysts with experience in analytics, problem solving and cross-functional collaboration who can contribute to shaping business strategy.

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Stripe is a payment service provider that facilitates digital and point-of-sale credit and debit payments as well as electronic funds transfers for businesses. Stripe data analysts work in locations including Toronto, Seattle, Chicago, Mexico City, New York, London and San Francisco. The company offers some remote roles as well. 


Leidos is an IT, cybersecurity and engineering company that serves the health and civil, national security, commercial, digital modernization and defense systems sectors. Its data analyst roles include a qualitative health research data analyst, an environmental program data analyst and a geospatial data analyst, as well as generalist roles. Some roles require security clearances and sensitive compartmented information eligibility. 


Upstart offers an artificial intelligence-powered lending platform that integrates with banks and credit unions to facilitate loans for customers. The AI uses variables like education and employment — rather than strictly credit score and income — to predict how creditworthy an applicant is, with the goal of reducing bias and more equitably administering loans while also cutting down on defaults. Staff analysts at Upstart use their technical insights to glean data insights that inform business decisions throughout the organization.

Rose Velazquez contributed reporting to this story.

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