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28 days ago

Sales Executive

IBISWorld Los Angeles, CA

~~The IBISWorld Opportunity This opportunity will appeal to business savvy sales professionals looking to make their mark in an amazing team… Job Board


2 days ago

Contract Recruiter – new

IBISWorld Los Angeles, CA

• Manage the full cycle recruiting process for Sales Executives including but not limited to: requisition management, direct and indirect sourcing of… Job Board


30+ days ago

Business Development Manager

IBISWorld New York, NY

We are now the global leader in industry market research with a very loyal following of the world’s elite businesses. How did we get here? It’s all… IBISWorld


30+ days ago

Finance & Administration Assistant (Casual)

IBISWorld Melbourne, VIC

IBISWorld is Australia's richest source of business information, publishing independent, comprehensive and up-to-date research on over 700 industries… IBISWorld


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    Pros

    I’ve worked at IBISWorld for over a year and really believe this is a great place for a person straight out of college. Overall the work environment is great with a strong company culture. Management is very approachable and upfront with their analysts as far as expectations go. They encourage their employees to develop their professional career, but at the same time have a life outside of work (40 to 45 hour work week). As a result, this job is perfect for someone transitioning to the professional world or for someone wanting to take some time off before going back to grad school. Pay is competitive.

     The position itself gives employees a chance to develop a strong skill set that is transferable to many different jobs. Analysts often go on to get very good positions after their time at IBISWorld (big banks, private equity firms, consulting firms, etc..). The office is filled with really bright analysts, some of which attended very prestigious schools. As a result, this provides a strong learning environment where analyst can bounce ideas off each other and get feedback from their colleagues.

    Additionally, the environment is laid back. Analysts work at their own pace and have a set schedule with some flexibility built in. This allows analyst to plan their months out and develop a routine.

    Cons

    As I stated before, this is a job for someone new to the professional world, not someone looking for a career. The research department is fairly small, and as a result, room for advancement is typically limited. None the less this a good job for someone looking to get experience and build their skill set. Coming into the position you need to understand that most likely you will be with the company for two years max before moving to other things. Management understands this.

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