New Evidence Shows MR Becoming More Attractive to Recent Grads | RBDR

December 5th, 2016. Today on RBDR:

1) Entry level “Analyst” job opportunities continue to thrive for 2016 undergraduates who have just become part of the job market. This and other evidence continues to grow about research’s opportunity to attract and recruit high schoolers to our industry.

2) Voxco’s corporate blog says it has identified four distinct steps that call enters across the U.S. have taken in the past 18 months in response to new TCPA regulations.

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Harris Poll confirms MR undergrad potential. “Why” still hard w/shopper insights (RBDR 9/8/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) RBDR has encouraged the MR industry to actively pursue undergraduate students re MR and analytics as a career. A new Harris Poll shows 3 high schooler interests for college degrees could be a MR match.(http://www.marketwatch.com/story/survey-of-high-school-seniors-reveals-their-plans-for-the-future-that-may-help-bridge-the-skills-gap-2014-09-05) 2) A Unilever and Kantar presentation about shopper insights teaches several important things about the subject. (http://www.aaramshoppro.com/2014/09/unilever-scores-with-in-moment-research.html) 3) Lightspeed finally merges with GMI and the owner of a market research company her intent to run for the office of mayor of Nashville.