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The Burtch Works Study 2019: Marketing Research Salaries & Other Hiring Market Data

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Meeting Description:

With the continued activity in the research & insights hiring market, what salary and hiring market trends are crucial to career and company strategy this year?

Our 7th annual report examines extensive salary and demographic data from over 800 marketing research professionals and reveals several developing hiring market trends.

Kit Nordmark and Karla Ahern, executive recruiters at Burtch Works, both started their careers as researchers. Their firsthand experience provides an invaluable vantage point on the industry, and they’ll be presenting key insights from the report including:

  • Salaries examined by career level, client vs. supplier, and more
  • Compensation trends by education, geography, and more
  • Demographic data
  • Hiring market insights

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

Burtch Works is also proud to have been recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Best Recruiting Firms.

Register now and find out the latest salary, demographic, and hiring trends for the research & insights market!

Details
Date: Thu, Oct 24, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM CDT
Duration: 45 minutes
Host(s): Kit Nordmark & Karla Ahern
 Presenter Information
Kit Nordmark
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Kit Nordmark worked in the marketing research industry with a focus in qualitative research, most recently at Kantar (formerly known as The Futures Company). Prior to that, she was a research director at TRU — a boutique insights firm specializing in the youth demographic.


Karla Ahern
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Karla Ahern first served as a project manager for IRI, and worked on-site at PepsiCo, before moving on to Knowledge Networks (now owned by Gfk/Ipsos), where she focused on custom research within media, CPG, and pharmaceuticals. Prior to Burtch Works, she led the Midwest business development and digital media effectiveness programs for Dimestore Media (also now part of GfK/Ipsos).