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The Burtch Works Study 2018: Updated Compensation of Predictive Analytics Professionals

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Meeting Description:

With the spread of analytics showing no signs of slowing, continued public interest is making its impact on the market. How could this affect your analytics career or team?

Our sixth annual report contains extensive compensation and demographic data on over 1,700 analytics professionals and reveals numerous compensation and hiring market trends.

The Burtch Works Studies, which are comprehensive industry reports, are frequently featured in news media including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Forbes, Chicago Tribune, Mashable, and many more.

Sandy Marmitt and Katie Ferguson, both Partners and analytics recruiting specialists at Burtch Works, will present key insights from the study, including:

  • Salaries
  • Developing hiring market trends
  • Implications for both analytics professionals and employers

Whether you’re planning your career or looking to staff your quantitative team, this session has the information you need to stay up-to-date on analytics market developments!

Date: Thu, Oct 18, 2018
Time: 11:00 AM CDT
Duration: 45 minutes
Host(s): Sandy Marmitt & Katie Ferguson
 Presenter Information
Sandy Marmitt
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Sandy Marmitt, Partner & Executive Recruiter at Burtch Works, has more than 20 years’ experience in recruiting and human resources, and is Burtch Works’ go-to recruiter for mid to senior level candidates in quantitative analytics.

As one of the first members of Burtch Works, and previously the Director of Human Resources at a trading firm, Sandy has always been adept at nurturing relationships, and has worked with a number of job candidates that have now become Burtch Works clients.

Sandy also regularly attends industry conferences, and contributes her expertise to Burtch Works webinars and blog posts.

Katie Ferguson
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Katie Ferguson, Partner & Executive Recruiter at Burtch Works, has over 15 years’ experience in recruiting, specializing in early career roles within quantitative marketing science and predictive analytics.

Katie helped launch Burtch Works’ mid- and junior-level analytics practice, and her extensive knowledge of the quantitative space allows her to share copious hiring market insights on the Burtch Works blog, as well as speak with students about analytics careers.