[cs_column column_size=”1/2″][cs_image column_size=”1/1″ image_style=”plain” cs_image_url=”https://datapanaceaonline.comwp-content/uploads/2015/03/infer-modeloverview-2.jpg” cs_image_url1=”Browse”][/cs_image][/cs_column][cs_column column_size=”1/2″]What does a Research Analyst do?

  • Research, obviously.
  • A bit of analysis.
  • Collecting information and then selling it to clients.
  • Work on spreadsheets

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Skill Sets:

  • Excel skills
  • The ability to write well
  • Attention to detail
  • Strong math and analytical skills
  • Communication skills
  • Computer skills
  • Decision making and solving problems

 

Educational Background

  • Research analysts are generally required to have at least a bachelor’s degree into business and economics to computer science and engineering to operations research and management science.
  • Though any specific professional degree is not required for research analysts but many earn graduate degrees to enhance their professional credentials.

Types of Research Analyst roles:

  • Operations Research Analyst
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Research or Industry Analyst

[cs_column column_size=”1/2″][rev_slider blog-image][/cs_column][cs_column column_size=”1/2″]Industries Hiring Research Analyst:

  • Search engines
  • Social networks
  • IT/Software
  • Financial institutions
  • The health care
  • Engineering companies Oil industry
  • Retail
  • Telecom/Mobile analytics
  • Marketing agencies
  • Data science vendors
  • Environment, utilities government and defense
  • Manufacturing
  • BPO / KPO

They appear in all sectors

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Salary Range:

Median