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Challenge #357: College Majors in High Demand

acarter881
12 - Quasar

Here's my solution. Few comments: 1. There's a static way of solving this by splitting immediately by columns, but the dynamic way scales much better. 2. Not sure why there's a field called Unemployment_rate in the sample output.

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alexnajm
16 - Nebula

Extra "unemployment_rate" field in the sample output, otherwise nice and simple challenge!

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TonyAndriani
9 - Comet

 

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elaineyuan
8 - Asteroid

I appreciate the directions.

 

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robbinrv
8 - Asteroid
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ed_hayter
12 - Quasar
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JPPPP
8 - Asteroid
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Solution attached

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mhgarcia
8 - Asteroid

My solution attached

Clifford_Coon
11 - Bolide

My Solution:

A couple of Notes:

-  Unemployment rate calculation is not given.

        I used  UnEmployment_Rate = [Unemployed] / ([Employed]+[Unemployed])

- % Employed the example is not rounded. It is actually truncated to the next largest integer (see results grid)

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Reesetrain2
9 - Comet

All,

 

My solution:

No  Data Science in the top ten though...

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