Every business collects data, and it's the job of the data analyst to analyze, interpret, and communicate that information in a way that will help drive company decisions. Employers will be looking for candidates with strong technical skills as well as a knack for conveying data in an easy to understand way. Expect a fair number of technical questions, which may include an analytical case study and a math brainteaser.
What are 5 uncommon uses of a brick, not including building, layering, or a paper-weight?
1. Prop open a door 2. Ventilate a window 3. As a fundraiser 4. To study history (as in exploring different types of brick and brick making) 5. As a unit of measure
Here are some more: As a sharpening stone As a murder weapon As a wheel chock In landscaping (such as paving a walkway) To displace water in a toilet tank to reduce water use in flushing
Used as a substitute to pillow by construction workers Can also be used to hit a bad interviewer