The first post in the H1B Visa series covers an overview of the H1B data. Employers, number of applications, case status and times series of the submission and decision dates are covered.
Let’s assume that we are a family of four with two young kids and is moving to San Francisco. Since this data shows the type of crime, is there a particular area we should avoid?
Using IRS data to map the migration into and out of Washington State.
You are a realtor with a limited advertising budget and a dozen houses you represent. How can you best advertise each house’s features to prospective customers? Would not it be better if we know beforehand what each client may like so that we can have a direct marketing?
Suppose you are moving to a city in the US and want to live close to a hospital, is there a better way to find a good hospital than just looking at user reviews on Google? What about data from CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)?
Attrition is a serious issue. Getting insight into the cause is vital for operational improvement. But exit interview rarely gives actionable insight. Can we use data to uncover the hidden pattern?