2018 Trends to Watch in Marketing Research Hiring

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This post is an excerpt from our recently-released report, The Burtch Works Study: Salaries of Marketing Research Professionals 2017. Download the report for free here, which includes updated compensation and demographic data on marketing researchers across the US, and how marketing research salaries vary by job level, region, industry, and client- vs. supplier-side.   As the marketing research… Read more »

4 Major Trends Influencing the 2017 Predictive Analytics Hiring Market

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This post is an adapted excerpt from our upcoming report, The Burtch Works Study: Salaries of Predictive Analytics Professionals 2017, which examines updated compensation and demographic data. View the webinar recording to see how predictive analytics salaries vary by experience level, region, industry, and residency status, plus key hiring market trends.   As many reading this… Read more »

Interpreting Job Title Discrepancies in Marketing Research

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This post is contributed by Karla Ahern and Kit Nordmark, Burtch Works’ marketing research recruiting experts. Within marketing research and consumer insights, sometimes job titles are not the best indicator of what a research position actually entails. For example, a “Marketing Research Manager” could mean a manager of research projects, a manager of other researchers… Read more »

3 Key Trends Shaping the 2017 Data Science Hiring Market

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This post is an adapted excerpt from our newly-released report, The Burtch Works Study: Salaries of Data Scientists 2017, which examines updated compensation and demographic data for data scientists. Download the full study to see how data science salaries vary by experience level, region, industry, and residency status, plus our insights on how these trends will shape… Read more »

Job Change Data for Marketing Researchers Reveals an Active Market

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This post is contributed by Karla Ahern and Kit Nordmark, Burtch Works’ marketing research and consumer insights recruiting specialists. As we pointed out in our piece on hiring trends a few months ago, although marketing research has not been as affected by the rapid disruption sweeping other fields, including some of Burtch Works’ other specialties, predictive… Read more »

Analytics Interviews are Changing, Here’s What You Can Do

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This post is contributed by Sandy Marmitt, Burtch Works’ analytics recruiting specialist. As the use of analytics in business continues to expand, there is an increasing demand for professionals who can bridge the gap between hands-on statistics and business strategy. It is becoming more important that quantitative experts are adept at explaining their findings to… Read more »

Analysis Reveals: More Analytics Pros Changing Jobs, Tenure Decreasing

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Linda Burtch, Managing Director at Burtch Works | 30+ years’ experience in quantitative recruiting With the temperature on the data science and analytics hiring market cranked up to “sweltering”, has this turned all quantitative professionals into job hoppers? Maybe not quite yet, but we’ve been sampling our network of quantitative professionals annually to determine how… Read more »

2017 Trends to Watch in Marketing Research Hiring

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This post is an adapted excerpt from our upcoming report, The Burtch Works Study: Salaries of Marketing Research Professionals 2016, which examines updated compensation and demographic data on over 700 researchers across the US, including how marketing research salaries vary by job level, region, industry, and client vs. supplier. Download the full report for free here – enjoy!  … Read more »

The Pros & Cons of Working Remotely in Analytics

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This blog was contributed by Sandy Marmitt, Burtch Works’ analytics recruiting specialist.   The much-discussed skills shortage in analytics has led many employers to consider allowing some of their team members to work remotely. Giving quantitative professionals the option of having a flexible schedule can be extremely helpful for some, but working remotely comes with… Read more »