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Webinar: Global Workforce Trends Driving the Future of Women in MR
Over the last two years job seekers and companies alike have endured a period of chaos and uncertainty unrivaled within their lifetimes…and pace doesn’t seem to be slowing. In response, corporate leaders and decision makers around the world are reevaluating long held roles, responsibilities, and their corporate ethos as it pertains to the retention of emergent and in-house talent. For women in the Market Research and adjacent industries, this reconfiguration offers new opportunities for career growth and expansion. In this rare, globally-voiced discussion we’ll sit down with expert female leaders at Dynata — one of the world’s leading providers of first-party data contributed to by consumers and business professionals — to take a deep dive into the niche roles, skill gaps, and emergent pathways female research professionals should keep an eye on in the months to come. Attendees will leave the session with a fuller understanding of the state of the global market research career sector and with renewed confidence toward leveraging their unique skills to weather the storm.

Feb 10, 2022 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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