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Is it possible for an Engineer graduate to work in Data analytic field?

 
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Hi,

First of all I graduated from the faculty of Engineering. T've been working as a System Engineer for a year and half now. I just wonder and ponder if it is ever possible for an Engineer graduate to change career and work as a data analyst. I did learn Database, C#, C and statistics for engineer during my time in the university. I've more comfortable dealing with numbers rather than coding website etc (SQL is still okay though). My question is it necessary for me to take Masters so that I can work in Data Analysis?
 
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