Research Assistant Positions at the IR Section Princeton
Posted 10.31.13The Industrial Relations Section at Princeton is once again looking to hire several full-time data analysts (i.e., research assistants) for next year, and we thought you might know a student who would be a good fit. It would be a great job for a recent BA who wants to work for a while before going to graduate school in economics. Obviously, the position would be best suited for someone with interests in education, labor, or public economics, although that is not a job requirement. If interested in applying, visit https://jobs.princeton.edu and search for the requisition number 1300750.
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