Data mining jobs in Europe

August 29, 2007 by
Filed under: data mining job, DataShaping, kdnuggets 

KDnuggets is certainly the best place to find a data mining job in US. Several opportunities are often updated. In addition, external links are given to find data mining jobs using other websites. But what about jobs in Europe? To my knowledge, there is no website specialized on data mining jobs in Europe. Of course, websites such as DataShaping can be used, since they contain such offers. However, it seems US is better covered than Europe through, for example, KDnuggets.

Thus, I have an open question to Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro: Why is there no job offers covering Europe on KDnuggets? It would be interesting to know the percentage of European vs. US readers of KDnuggets. If this percentage is not too small, it may be meaningful to propose job offers in Europe. However, the problem is perhaps that no companies send email to KDnuggets concerning job offers in Europe. This post is an open discussion to the above mentioned issue, and you are all invited to give your opinion.



5 Comments on Data mining jobs in Europe

  1. Will Dwinnell on Wed, 29th Aug 2007 7:04 pm
  2. Based on the KDnuggets polls:

    Data Miner Annual Income in US$ (or Status) and Region (Jan-2007)


    Vacation length by Region (Jul-2007)

    …Europeans represent a large fraction of KDnuggets visitors (somewhere between 40% and 80% of the count of Americans).


  3. Tom on Wed, 29th Aug 2007 11:04 pm
  4. For UK jobs, there are always sector specific publications such as and

    But yes, agreed, there is no obvious source to look for data mining jobs in the UK or Europe more generally..

  5. Sandro Saitta on Wed, 5th Sep 2007 5:03 pm
  6. So, let’s hope that, in the future, european job offers will appear on KDnuggets or a related website 🙂

  7. Will Burton on Fri, 11th Dec 2009 1:06 pm
  8. We have just launched which seeks to be a one stop shop for data industry jobs globally. We have a strong focus on Europe (i.e. 50% of our marketing strategy) and we hope that over time the site becomes the reference point for jobs in the Data Industry.

  9. Sandro Saitta on Sun, 13th Dec 2009 6:16 pm
  10. @Will: Thanks for the information. I will contact you by e-mail.

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