Category: Research & Analysis
Dr. Sime (Sheema) Curkovic speaks why is Supply Chain Important in today’s global economy and whether students should major in it.… Read the rest
Supply Chain Management and Information Flow in the Supply Chain. Marketing & Supply Chain Help… Read the rest
A guest lecture on The Role of Surveys, Questionnaires and Interviews for Market Research as part of a lecture series by GetSmarter for the UCT Postgraduate Diploma in Management in Marketing, in partnership with the University of Cape Town, and Across Africa.… Read the rest
Learn the market research techniques the top internet marketers apply to grow successful businesses… Read the rest
Jim Gibson discuses a question from a person interested in becoming an IT Professional. What is better? Certifications or a college education.… Read the rest
Manpreet and Timber discuss the need for certifications when getting trained in Cybersecurity. Some of the most in-demand certifications right now for entering the cyber security fields are Security+, Network+, and CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker… Read the rest
This presentation is based on data from Global Knowledge’s 2017 IT Skills and Salary Survey which was distributed globally.
It focuses on the United States data and variations exist based on where you work, your years of experience and the type of company you work for, but this is still helpful in deciding where to spend your time and money in earning additional certifications.
To qualify for this year’s list:
A certification had to have at least 115 survey responses to ensure that the data was statistically valid.
The certification exam had to be available as of the writing of … Read the rest
Anyone who wants to sell something wants to know what appeals to customers. Technology now makes it possible. Eye tracking systems show what catches customers’ eyes and how long their gaze remains. US market researchers are using the facilities of the Brandenburg company SensoMotoric Instruments for studies in supermarkets.
Read more: http://www.dw.de/program/made-in-germany/s-3066-9798
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates the employment of Market Research Professionals to grow by 20% from 2012 – 2016. By any yardstick, this growth rate is higher than that of any other profession including IT and ITES. The average salary for a Market Research Analyst as of July 2012 is $80,745 – $120,000 per year. Market Research Professionals are in huge demand in companies spanning across Equity Research, Investment Banking, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical and Consulting.
“What makes Market Research Professionals to be in such high demand?”
The Certified Research Analyst (CRA) desgination offered by International Institute