Market Research Analyst (4163)

Market research analysts use data gathered about marketplace participants (customers, employers and competitors) and their responses to products and services. This information is used to improve market success (alis). They are employed by government departments, private companies, international organizations, marketing firms and business associations or may be self-employed (NOC).

Occupational Profile

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Education

The educational requirements in this occupation may vary by position type and industry. Market Research Analyst positions may require a degree in marketing, business, behavioural or social sciences or mathematical and statistical sciences. Certification as a Certified Marketing Research Professional may be required (NOC).

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Labour Market Information

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Resources

Professional Associations
Professional associations organize events and directories, job postings, career and labour market information. Student membership opportunities are also available. This is a great way to learn and network.

Directories, Industry Associations, and Sector Councils
These resources provide industry news, labour market information and a list of potential employers. Remember, there are usually multiple industries worth exploring.

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Date modified: December 14, 2018