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Survey researchers specialize in developing and conducting surveys for a wide range of research purposes. These surveys may be used to better understand people's needs, preferences, opinions or beliefs or they may be used to collect data on wages or employment information. As part of their tasks, survey researchers also analyze the collected data using specialized techniques and statistical software.
It requires advanced education to become a survey researcher. Most employers prefer to hire applicants with a Ph.D. for this post or at least a master's degree. Survey researchers must be detail oriented and organized. They must also have excellent critical-thinking, problem-solving and communication skills.
Do you know what this job entails? Do you have any practical work experience as a survey researcher? Do you think you have what it takes to work in this role? What do you think are your strengths as a survey researcher? What do you think are your weaknesses? Are you taking any steps to strengthen your weak areas? These are just some of the questions interviewers typically ask applicants for a survey researcher post. To see more interview questions, go to Mock Questions.