Sage “Analytics” Advice For MRers / RBDR

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November 4, 2019

Today on RBDR: Burtch Works, producer of an annual market research salary survey, stepped out to give advice to market researchers who see and are concerned about the rapidly expanding role of analytics inside their companies. (Link to study: https://www.burtchworks.com/2019/10/14/marketing-research-2019-salaries-hiring-market-trends-industry-outlook/)

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No Clear Solution, But Qualitative Recruiting Needs Fixing | RBDR

April 5, 2017. Today on RBDR:

1) Six predictions about the hiring marketplace for data scientists and analytics personnel in 2017.

2) It’s unclear what needs to be done about a qualitative recruitment process that is deteriorating before our very eyes as potential participants walk away for research opportunities.

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Data careers: good or bad? Low phone responses not major polling error source. (RBDR 02.16.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) A top executive recruiter questions whether it is a good idea for parents and their children to alter their career course and target analytics and data science.

2) The Huffington Post claims that plummeting telephone response cooperation is not a major cause of polling errors.

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