I was just passing by two people talking on an university corridor this week when I heard one of them telling the other how a friend wanted to get a graduate degree in anthropology but “luckily” she made her change her mind, because “what would she do with a degree in anthropology?” (Is it just me or is this getting old?)
Oh well, as an applied anthropologist you could work with the THREE group in Saratoga Springs, NY, for example. THREE is an independent insights company, their work helps category leading global client partners understand their audiences / consumers in order to strengthen the bond with them. THREE helps companies better connect with people and reflect their needs in ways big and small. If you are creative, naturally curious, and collaborative, you can monitor data quality throughout fielding and prepare data for analysis and strategic thought in the storytelling process, you are comfortable providing thoughtful contributions and participating in discussions about project methods from an analytical and real world perspective then this position is for you. For more details on how to apply, click here.
If, however, you would rather work abroad or are already abroad and looking for an opportunity in the Asia/Pacific region, Russel Reynolds Associates is looking for a Research Analyst/Consultant for their Singapore office. You will be involved in a wide variety of activities including the entire value chain of the search process from assisting in the identification of business development opportunities through the executive search process to the closure of an assignment. For more details about the position and how to apply, click here.
Good luck, fellow job seekers, and until next week!