Nowadays, the traditional IT job is not limited to writing a few codes and managing the subordinates.The techies are gearing themselves to data science course in Mumbai.Here, we have mentioned the reasons why the course has become hugely popular among themHigh salary- One of the major benefits of data science course in Mumbai is the individual gets to earn a high salary.If you are a BE or a BTech and is looking for a job in a specialist role, you might consider the job of a data scientist.The frequent demand- supply gap imbalance has led to an increase in the demand of data scientist.
On this episode of Work/Life, host Greg Nibler sits down with Ciara Pressler, an author and the founder of Pregame, to ask the question hopeful entrepreneurs have been asking themselves regarding their current salaried job: “Should I stay or should I go?” When is the right time to strike out on your own as an entrepreneur?What questions does a potential business owner need to ask, and how do they know the right time to take that leap?Pressler breaks down the biggest topics entrepreneurs need to consider before they strike out on their own.• First steps: The first step, Pressler notes, is asking “What is my current money situation?What is my ‘runway’ to start this business?” Many people forget to account for extra expenses related to taxes, overhead, expenses, employees, and the other myriad costs it takes to run a business.• Assessing your personal risk tolerance: While most people think entrepreneurs don’t mind tolerating large amounts of risk, Pressler notes that often may not be the case.
Amazon has announced that it’ll be ending its practice of using customer tips to pay its Flex drivers’ wages, according to a report by the Los Angeles Times and emails sent out to drivers.The practice came under fire when it was revealed back in February that Amazon (along with other delivery services like Instacart and DoorDash) were using customer tips to pay delivery drivers their base pay, letting the corporations in question save money at the expense of compensating their workers.Now, according to the LA Times, the initial minimum payment for each delivery will come entirely from Amazon, with driver’s tips going directly to the driver on top of that — i.e., the almost universally understood intent of how tips should work in the first place, where they’re a bonus for a specific person on top of their base pay from the company for which they work.“Amazon will always contribute at least $15 per scheduled hour to driver pay, and often more, based on location and demand,” Amazon spokesperson Rena Lunak told the Times.“As always, for deliveries with tipping opportunities, drivers will receive 100% of the tips.” The difference now is that the tips will be in addition to that base pay, instead of being part of it.That said, it’s still unclear when exactly Amazon intends to put these new policies into practice.
Candidates cannot skate by on common skillsets and expect to secure the lucrative salaries, prestige, and perks for which the tech sector has become known.STELLARES, an AI-powered talent platform, developed a free Skill Mapper to help tech employees understand the relevance and demand for their skills.To go further into cybersecurity, broaden your education through resources like Cybrary, Udemy, and Lynda.Prove that you understand the holistic nature of cybersecurity to impress your interviewers.As valuable as hard technical skills may be in the office, employers desperately need tech candidates who can carry a conversation as well as they can code.Communication skills rarely stand out on an application, so consider bolstering your skills through real-world experiences.
This story requires our BI Prime membership.To read the full article, simply click here to claim your deal and get access to all exclusive Business Insider PRIME content.Get the latest IBM stock price here.
New Zealand‘s tax authorities have deemed it legal for companies to pay its employees in Bitcoin BTC and other cryptocurrencies.Companies will also be able to deduct income taxes using current PAYE (pay as you earn) frameworks under the Income Tax Act 2007.The country’s Inland Revenue Department (IRD) published a bulletin (dated August 7, 2019) stating that the ruling was made under the Tax Administration Act 1994.(If you’re not up to speed on your New Zealand tax acts, the 1994 act typically governs the responsibilities of different government departments in relation to taxation.)Payments also have to be for a fixed amount – “the value of the crypto-asset is pegged to one or more fiat currencies.”The ruling also states that cryptocurrency-based salary payments must also be able to be “converted directly into fiat currency (on an exchange).” According to the bulletin, salaries must be paid in a crypto-asset that functions like a currency.