Data Science & Marketing Research WFH Survey Results: Individual and Team Productivity

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This blog is contributed by the Burtch Works recruiting team. With the U.S. vaccine rollout under way, and as companies are now slowly making the transition to reopening offices, everyone is wondering what the “future of work” will look like. While it’s hard to make precise predictions about the future (especially given the events of… Read more »

Survey Results: WFH Preferences for Data Scientists, Data Engineers, & Researchers

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This blog is contributed by the Burtch Works recruiting team.   The topic that seems to be on everyone’s minds lately: what will the future of work look like? Will we abandon the 5-day commute forever for the comfort of a home office? Or will most offices eventually bounce back to the pre-pandemic approach? While… Read more »

2021 Marketing Research Hiring Survey Results Q1 and Q2

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This post is contributed by the Burtch Works research & insights recruiting team. As we move further into the new year, many of the marketing researchers and employers we’ve spoken with recently have wondered whether the gradual economic recovery is impacting hiring plans in the research & insights space. Marketing Research & Consumer Insights Hiring… Read more »

Are 2020 Bonuses Disrupted for Data Scientists, Analytics Pros, & Marketing Researchers?

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With the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting so much of the economy and hiring market in 2020, many have been wondering what the impacts will be to salaries and bonuses. In mid-December, we sent a quick flash survey to our network of data scientists, analytics professionals, and marketing researchers to ask them about their 2020 end-of-year bonuses…. Read more »

2020 SAS, R, or Python Survey Results: Which Tool do Data Scientists & Analytics Pros Prefer?

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Each year for the past seven years, we’ve asked data scientists and analytics professionals whether they prefer to use SAS, R, or Python and examined their responses to see how tool preferences vary by a variety of factors. What began as a comparison just between SAS and R users in 2014 and 2015, the debate became even more… Read more »

IIA/Burtch Works COVID-19 Analytics Impact Survey Results: Week One

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Given the current global crisis, both Burtch Works and the IIA (International Institute for Analytics) have been receiving a lot of questions from professionals regarding how other analytics organizations are being impacted by the crisis and what actions they are taking to respond. We’ve partnered up with IIA to survey the analytics community and gather… Read more »

2020 Data Science & Analytics Hiring Survey Results

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This post is contributed by Burtch Works’ data science & analytics recruiting team. While the data science and analytics hiring market has remained very active from our position as recruiters, we wanted to survey hiring authorities and see if we could put some numbers to this year’s hiring demand. Data Science & Analytics Hiring in… Read more »

2020 Marketing Research & Consumer Insights Hiring Survey Results

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This post is contributed by Burtch Works’ marketing research and consumer insights recruiting team. Our latest salary report for research & insights professionals found that salaries are continuing to increase at all job levels, with especially strong activity at the junior end. You can read about recent MR trends and our industry outlook here. Looking… Read more »

Flash Survey Results: Are Firms Providing Data Literacy Resources?

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In addition to other responsibilities, one of the primary objectives of data science and analytics teams is to operationalize data science and analytics. Resistance from business unit stakeholders can present challenges to this goal, but some companies work to decrease this friction by bringing up the level of data literacy throughout the organization. The goal,… Read more »