US Economic Research Service

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    Highly professional staff and work environment with excellent IT support.

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    Unique opportunity to work in one of the largest research organizations in the world with a line staff of primarily Ph.D level economists (200 +) specializing in agricultural and food economics. Good job security and retirement benefits. Very good annual and sick leave benefits. Good access to data for research and analysis. Ability to limit on site work to 2 days a week (4 ten hour days) with 2 days telecommuting.

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    Small cubicle environment for new hires (non-management) and lower level staff. Limited number of non-management positions at the grade 15 level.

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Website www.ers.usda.gov
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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The Economic Research Service (ERS) studies the dollars and cents of agriculture. A division of the Department of Agriculture, the ERS researches the public and private decisions behind economic and policy issues regarding food, farming, natural resources, and rural development. The ERS specialists scrutinize food and commodity markets, produce policy studies, and establish economic and statistical indicators. It is split into four divisions: food economics, information services, market and trade economics, and resource and rural economics. The ERS was created in... More

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