Data analyst contract jobs are growing fast as more companies realize they can use big data to gain insights into their business and increase profits. In fact, the HR professional society SHRM notes 59 percent of companies plan to add a position that requires data analysis skills in the next five years.
This means there will be lots of opportunities for a talented contract data analyst. But what happens if a client isn't happy with your work? It could quickly turn into a lawsuit.
Data analyst insurance can help by covering costs like…
Not sure what kind of contract analyst insurance you might need? Let's take a look at some common risks you might face and the coverage that can help protect you.
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