Survey Researcher

Code: 19-3022.00

Also known as: Data Analyst, Field Interviewer, Market Survey Representative, Methodologist, Public Opinion Analyst, Research Associate, Research Fellow, Research Interviewer, Survey Research Consultant, Telephone Interviewer

Description: Survey Researchers interpret their client or business's needs in order to design a survey, which may collect various forms of financial or other demographic information. They then analyze the data and create reports.The educational requirements for a Survey Researcher vary by field. Some entry-level positions may only require a Bachelor's degree and relevant coursework or experience in survey methodology, business and statistics. Technical research positions prefer applicants with a Master's or doctoral degree.

Survey Researcher

Typical wages

10% $33,970
25% $44,680
Median $59,870
75% $81,830
90% $110,910
10% $16.33
25% $21.48
Median $28.79
75% $39.34
90% $53.32

Projected employment

Estimated Employment
(2019 year)
Projected Employment
(2029 year)
Percent Change +0 %
Projected Annual Job Openings 1,100