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The Indiana Business Research Center (IBRC) provides and interprets economic information needed by Indiana's businesses, governments and nonprofit organizations, as well as similar organizations nationwide. This position conducts analyses of economic and demographic data to provide insight into the economies of Indiana, its regions and communities, and the nation as a whole. Analyzes trends in demographic and economic indicators over time and for various geographic areas. Performs complex statistical analyses accurately, efficiently and quickly. Forecasts population, employment, income, workforce skills, and similar economic variables using data from various federal and state agencies and other relevant sources. Conducts economic impact analyses and economic modeling studies. Presents conclusions and implications of analyses clearly in written and/or oral formats. Collaborates effectively with IBRC staff in the design and implementation of large projects involving economic, demographic, and social data and analysis, and in the configuration and effective use of internal databases of economic indicators. Discusses findings and implications of research and analyses with external constituents including media reporters, government officials, and others.
Please Note: This is a one year appointment in a grant funded position. This appointment will end on June 30, 2021.
Master's degree in economics, geography, or a related field.
Knowledge of statistical software, economic forecasting tools, data concerning workforce and education, and economic and demographic data sources. Ability to utilize software for economic and workforce analysis. Ability to utilize statistical programs.
Ph.D. in Economics. Three years of relevant work experience.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3RS
Job Function: Research
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