Full-Time Research Analyst – Kolar
The Economist will perform industrial, market, and economic studies to aid in the achievement of organizational objectives or the development of solutions. Using a variety of data collection and statistical methodologies, the individual will compile results for interpretation and then share conclusions with stakeholders in order to form prospective plans and promote further innovation.
Job Title : Research Analyst
Location : Kolar, Karnataka, India
Salary : $ 42.14 per hour.
Company : The Economist
Job Type : Full-Time
- In order to enhance and reinforce the core models of the research group, current models and prototypes should be monitored.
- Ensures that employees get the information and training they need. Responds to information requests and helps other government agencies and the general public as needed, within the scope of their authority.
- The data and techniques required to conduct sound research to fill knowledge gaps and inform new policy and strategy are identified.
- Carry out economic research, evaluate and analyse financial data and provide benefit estimations under the supervision of an experienced Economist.
- Use sophisticated analytics to give ad hoc analyses and insights or develop analytics-enabled solutions on huge and heterogeneous data sources.
- Statements of economic goals, objectives, policies, and/or predictions based on integrated economic analysis are needed to monitor and evaluate economic programs and priorities, and they must be written before this can happen.
- Researchers may need to address difficulties with sponsors, managers, or senior employees. Organize the investigation, oversee its execution, and then deliver the results to ensure that all parties involved gain from the experience.
- Prepare for a speech or essay with the audience in mind, and prepare for a speech or essay with the audience in mind.
- Obtain economic data, compare previously submitted data with current situations, and identify correlations among variables.
- Maintains and maintains the financial reporting system as needed; reviews various documents, data, and reports to detect and rectify errors; tracks data and monitors compliance with the budget plan.
- The development of a written report based on the results of economic research that has been conducted on an individual basis.
- Converting complex economic data into presentations and reports that may be understood by non-technical audiences.
- can manage many medium- to complex projects at the same time and address data quality issues
- In order to substitute a Bachelor’s or higher degree in economics with a non-economics major’s degree, you must have at least one year of work experience.
- Excellent written and spoken communication skills, with the ability to tailor messages for a variety of audiences, including corporate, media/press, academic, technical, and political.