Data Skills Survey

The scale and impact of data-driven practices using automation technologies have caused a surge of high-demand, high-salary data roles needing specific data skills in every sector. Yet, the access to developing these skills in our society remains elusive to many communities, especially Black women. Working with data is fast becoming an essential skill. Establishing a sense of belonging for Black women in data only strengthens our digital civil society. DataedX designed this survey to capture data-related experiences in the workplace. With your help we intend to shed light related to WHO is doing WHAT with DATA in the workplace. Note: we do ask details about your job position, which may bring up concerns about anonymity. If so, we won’t release job titles specifically nor connect it to your other responses. We want know how often 'data' appears in job titles. And we don’t *require* you to share your name or contact information with us.

 

All are welcomed to participate. Please contact Susan at susan@dataedx.com for technical assistance with the survey.

Black Women in Data (BWD) centers Black women's point of view in all spaces where data lives, offer opportunities for Black women to expand their data skills, and communicate issues and recommendations critical to Black women's advancement in the data workforce.