A four-letter word has infiltrated the communications world, striking fear in even the most seasoned PR pros.
However, it’s essential for creating engaging—and lucrative—campaigns, projects and communications.
“What’s the word?” you ask?
For communicators, being able to interpret data is crucial for delivering successful campaigns. Understanding these metrics can help you decide on which channels to focus your efforts and on whom they will be best suited.
For job seekers looking to land one of the top jobs of 2019, having this skill in your professional repertoire would suit you well.
Four key factors were considered when creating the list: environment, income, outlook and stress.
Data scientist and its “very good” work environment, “low” stress, “very good” projected growth and $114,520 median salary received top honors in the report.
Here are the top five, along with the median salary for each:
- Data scientist: $114,520
- Statistician: $84,760
- University professor: $76,000
- Occupational therapist: $83,200
- Genetic counselor: $77,480
By contrast, newspaper reporters’ futures are looking rather bleak. The profession landed at No. 222 of 224 jobs. Only logging worker and taxi driver received lower scores.
See the full list here.
Do you have a marketing mind with an analyst’s eye for detail? Here are a few primo job openings for communicators with a knack for interpreting metrics:
- Ulta Beauty is looking for a senior analyst for marketing analytics in Bolingbrook, Illinois.
- Caser seeks a marketing analytics analyst in New York City.
- LinkedIn is on the lookout for a senior digital marketing analytics manager in San Francisco.
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