Training the Next Generation of Data Workers

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Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “Training the Next Generation of Data Workers” – below is their description.

Tableau CEO Mark Nelson joins Caroline Hyde to talk about their goal to train 10 million data learners in just five years to prepare them for the digital future of work.

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