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.
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