The Burtch Works Study
Data Science Salary Study
One thing is for sure, data scientists are continuing to make more of an impact in an increasing number of industries across the country. These “four-leaf clovers” of the analytics world are the subject of their own Burtch Works Study, having been strategically excluded from the Predictive Analytics Salary Study due to their unique talents, demographics, and salary bands.
This extensive report contains salary and demographic information that is the first of its kind, with complete salary data across regions, industries, job levels and more. Our latest follow-up report was released in May 2018 and is available for free download.
Predictive Analytics Salary Study
Over the past few years, the need for predictive analytics professionals has grown exponentially. But who are predictive analytics professionals? Where do they live? How are they educated? What do they earn?
Burtch Works set out to find the answers to these questions with a landmark study dedicated entirely to those working in quantitative analytics. The first report in 2013 used salary and demographic data from a sample of 2,845 predictive analytics professionals and was the first of its kind, with updates released in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018.
Download the latest version, with updated salary and demographics, for free.
Marketing Research Salary Study
Hot on the heels of The Burtch Works Study for Predictive Analytics professionals, our Marketing Research team released their own study on the demographics and salary information for Marketing Research professionals. The original report was released in October 2013, with a updates published in 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. The 2017 report examines salary and demographic data collected in the year following the data collection for the 2016 report, and shows salary information, separates client- from supplier-side talent and gives detailed demographics with educational backgrounds, location, job levels and more. All of the reports are available for free download.