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Research Analyst, Economic and Public Policy Research (EPPR)

 

The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute's Economic and Public Policy Research group (EPPR) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Research Analyst in the Institute‚Äôs Economic and Public Policy Research Unit (EPPR). EPPR conducts a range of customized economic policy studies including economic impact analysis, detailed industry studies, regional economic development analysis and public policy reports on topics of interest to policymakers in government, business and academia.  Research Analysts support the work of the Unit through quantitative data analysis, literature reviews, surveys, and interviews.  The position may entail significant writing duties and some independent task or project management.  Typically, Research Analysts work collaboratively under the direction of a Research Manager, Senior Research Manager, and/or the EPPR Director.

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Research Analyst, Population Estimates Program (PEP) Economic and Public Policy Research (EPPR)

The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute, Populations Estimates Program in the Economic and Public Policy Research group (EPPR) is seeking qualified applicants for the Position of Research Analyst. The Populations Estimates Program at EPPR works on behalf of the Commonwealth to ensure that Census Bureau population data for Massachusetts and its geographies are as accurate as possible by providing updates and corrections to component data including: group facilities population counts, municipal housing unit changes, and vital statistics data. The program also produces independent population estimates and projections and provides technical support to cities and towns in correcting Census Bureau counts. Finally, the program disseminates Census and other population data to the public by means of data display and summary reports published on-line.  Research Analysts support the work of PEP through direct survey work to facilities and municipalities and also through data research, organization, display and analysis. The position may entail significant writing duties and some independent task or project management. Typically, Research Analysts in PEP work collaboratively under the direction of the PEP Manager, the State Data Center Manager, and/or the EPPR Director.

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The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute is an equal opportunity employer.

 


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