There is No Recession in the Analytical Job Market

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    While talk of recession continues to dominate headlines, with the fresh job market data issued in May, we question whether there is a recession at all. Overall, the economy lost 20,000 jobs in April, significantly fewer than economists had predicted. Furthermore, April saw substantial growth in professional hiring, adding 39,000 new jobs.All this… Read more »

Quantitative Trends: 2008 Part II

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  As it is our goal to keep you informed of what we’re seeing in the marketplace today, we thought you might appreciate some insight into the current entry-level space.     Is the Job Market Mad For Grads? Although the media has recently reported a robust hiring market for college graduates this spring, it does… Read more »

Quantitative Trends: 2008 Part I

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It’s that time of year again! As 2008 is well underway, Linda has put together her much anticipated “state of the union address” sharing her thoughts on the outlook for this year’s quantitative job market. You’ll find that below. As always, we welcome your input and observations, so feel free to post your opinioTDon’t Panic… Read more »

2008: The Year of Quant?

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  John Rossheim, Monster Senior Contributing Writer recently published an article on the outlook of careers in 2008. With some interesting predictions, we encourage you to take a look! Hiring Outlook 2008 By JOHN ROSSHEIM | Monster Senior Contributing Writer You want a New Year’s prediction for the US labor market? Here you go: 2008 will… Read more »

Read Any Good Books Lately?

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As a testament to the growing importance analytics play in the decision making processes of today’s business market, the Wall Street Journal recently highlighted a publication written on the subject. With the staggering advancements and incredible possibilities that exist within the world of “number crunching”, Competing on Analytics by Thomas H. Davenport and Jeanne G…. Read more »