How to write a resignation letter as a data scientist
Hadoop! Statistically significant news!
Objects are on the up and you R ready (Ed’s note; very good!) for a hot new data set in your career
But first things first, you still need to formally tell your soon to be ex-colleagues what you think of them (Editor’s note: please don’t actually do any of this…).
You need to write a leaving notice telling your current technically illiterate boss that you’re off-skis. And you’re a Data Scientist so do it like one!
So don’t fret us here at Rainmakrr have put together a template for Data Scientists to use when you resign
Some funny notice letter examples
It should include the following:
- a statement of intent that you will be leaving
- the name of your official position
- the date of your last day
- gratitude to your employer for hiring you (always!)
- a highlight of your time spent there (nice)
- an offer to train your replacement (ahhh….)
- well wishes for the future of the company
- your contact info (optional maybe not even needed in the age of linkedin…)
A template UK for data scientists
If you’re not confident to write a resignation letter, adapt this sample for inspiration:
Ms. X X
Black Swan, Inc
Head of Massive Data
Earlier this week I completed a decision tree and concluded that probabilistically my best interests lie outside this company.
As an outcome of this event I presented my data set model to my friends at the Dog and Duck last night and after significant cross validation the deep learning was I should do one.
As this is a resignation letter the causal inference indicates that is is statistically probable that my last day of employment here will be Wednesday.
I have had a significant Autonomous sensory meridian responses when working with you and all the team over the last 573.99422 days.
I have taken the unstructured data relating to my ongoing responsibilities and visualised then as a data model in R. If , please push to my git.
Yours with logistic regression.
Get ready to resign
That’s it you’ve completed the task.
PLEASE PLEASE Do not ever use it…