5 Companies Hiring Entry-Level Data Analysts

These companies foster entry-level talent in data analytics.

Written by Margo Steines
Published on May. 08, 2024
5 Companies Hiring Entry-Level Data Analysts
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Data analysts use a combination of technical and statistical skills to sift through raw data for insights companies can use to drive business decisions and operations. Their work can help to identify and resolve problems, pinpoint new opportunities or understand and improve performance. We’ve gathered an overview of companies that recruit and offer programming to support entry-level data analysts in industries from financial services to biotechnology.

Companies Hiring Entry-Level Data Analysts

  • Discover
  • AT&T
  • CarMax
  • Veeva
  • Genentech

 

Companies Hiring Entry-Level Data Analysts

Discover is a financial services company offering credit payment and credit cards in addition to traditional banking services like checking accounts and loans. Discover trains college interns and recent grads in analytics through three distinct programs: sophomore internships, summer internships and full-time rotational programs, which let new grads try out different roles and receive training specific to their data analytics goals. 

 

AT&T is an enterprise communications company that provides mobile and broadband connectivity to a network of over 100 million customers across the United States. To foster new talent, the company offers a technology development program, with training in multiple disciplines including data analytics. Participants learn on the job and receive preferential consideration for long-term roles. 

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CarMax is an automotive marketplace that enables consumers to buy and sell new and used cars, trucks and other vehicles. It also provides automotive maintenance, repairs and automotive financing services. The CarMax business analyst rotation program, which is run out of Atlanta, puts new team members through a robust 24-month rotational training program to prepare them for a career in data analytics. 

 

Veeva makes cloud-based software for the life sciences industry, serving clients in pharmaceuticals, medtech, specialty chemicals and associated sectors. Its software products support regulatory compliance, clinical applications, data usage and research site management. Veeva’s analytics development program trains entry-level employees as either analytics service associates or marketing data analysts. The program funnels into roles in methodology and advanced analytics, sales and product management.

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Genentech, part of the Roche Group, is a biotech company that pursues research in treatments for serious diseases like cancer and multiple sclerosis. Its research and development pipeline covers therapeutic areas like immunology, neuroscience, oncology and ophthalmology. Genentech operates an analytics rotation program that brings in new recruits for three rotational assignments as a pipeline to becoming permanent hires.

Rose Velazquez contributed reporting to this story.

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