Posts Tagged ‘Market research’

Flexible working matters most to jobseekers

UK Employers are constantly challenged to think of unique initiatives which will help secure and develop the best talent for their business. Career progression for some of the high-demand skilled areas means that some candidates are experiencing promotions at a pace unheard in many other industries. Millennials expect more from the companies they choose to [Read More]

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5 articles you should read.

We asked our Research & Insight recruiters which articles they felt were essential reading/ listening for the marketing recruitment sector. Here’s what they came up with : Mental Health Excerpt from Marketing Week on why marketing businesses should lead the way to providing support for mental health.  Read here: The latest research from Bupa reveals [Read More]

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Market Research Spotlight: Perm vs Freelance

I have been specialising in market research recruitment for the best part of 7 years (10 just recruiting!) and one of the ongoing questions I find is around the topic of freelance vs permanent. Which is better for our industry? Are you suited to one client or are you better working for multiple clients? Is [Read More]

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Market Research, Analysis & Insight Recruitment News

In the latter part of 2017 (post June) hiring increased on the temporary/freelancer side across the Market Research, Insights & Digital Analysis industry for Insight and Research Directors, Associate Directors, Consultants, Analysts, Senior Research Executives and Project Managers. We’ve also seen lots of reinvention and restructuring within the industry which has seen a much higher [Read More]

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Why Millennials want to work in Financial Services Market Research.

Working in financial services market research is very appealing to millennials. If you are surprised by this you can be forgiven because not long ago, recruiting for this sector was extremely difficult. The industry certainly wasn’t known for innovation and was lagging behind other industries in respect of its digital capabilities. But this has definitely [Read More]

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Preparing for the arrival of Generation Z

Understanding Generation Z This year we’ve seen lots of research and data around the profiling of Generation Y; what drives them, motivates them as consumers and, for recruiters in particular, understanding what appeals to them and how employers can capture their interests. We know they are ambitious and that they tend to be slightly more [Read More]

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What’s going on in Market Research?

Long gone are the days when survey data was the main source of information in market research. The development in emerging technologies, social media and digital tools has completely transformed the way we are able to understand consumers and what they are thinking. As data gets bigger, more ubiquitous, and more social, businesses need to [Read More]

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Jobs increase in market research Industry: for skills in Passive Media Measurement

Market Research Industry is improved using single source passive measurement and London jobs have seen a surge in demand for skills in this area. Passive media measurement has transformed the way cross media advertising effectiveness is monitored. This has had a knock on effect on the number of roles we are working on which require [Read More]

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