Month: October 2015

Spook-tastic Halloween

by Aileen Ryan October 30th, 2015

It’s the spookiest time of year, where not only do you get to believe in ghosts & ghouls, but you also get to dress up as whatever you want. Your imagination can run wild! Plus you get to eat all the sweets you possibly can. The origins of Halloween are not certain, but common consensus […]

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The Everchanging World of Research

by Sinead Hasson October 22nd, 2015

I have been recruiting in market research for nearly 20 years, and there has always been trends, twists and turns in that time, but no more so than in the past 2 years. When I started out I knew nothing at all, but if I could work out the difference between qual and quant I […]

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Researcher vs. Analyst – not anymore

by Alex Giurgiu October 6th, 2015

In the last couple of years we’ve seen the Researcher and Analyst jobs become more and more similar. If, in the past, there was a clear distinction between the two, they have now begun to merge into one. While Researchers worked on the front and the back end of data, crunching numbers and interpreting results, […]

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It’s all Greek to me!

by Aileen Ryan October 1st, 2015

It seems like Greece has barely been out of our news feed or off our TV screens in 2015. Whether you are hearing about the financial crisis over there, ATM queues & bail out deals, the potential collapse of the Euro economy, or the hundreds of migrants drowning off the coast or being taken ashore […]

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