Qualitative Researcher | Move to Myanmar!
If your New Years resolution is to experience a different culture, you won’t find somewhere more beautiful than the Buddhist country Myanmar.
A research agency based in the countries largest city, Yangon, is looking for qualitative researchers, with experience of working and living in larger international markets.
Formally the British colony Burma, the local scenery is stunning and unlike a number of other Asian cities, it still retains a lot of its old-world architecture, culture and charm. Despite recent news, the country is a very safe one to live in, there is a relatively large expat community in Yangon and the working language is English.
In total the organisation has around 150 staff, of whom 10 are expats, so they have experience of helping researchers make this move. The consumer qualitative team of 5 pride themselves on the value and insight they add to their work. They are looking for researchers who have worked in a similar way and can help with the growth and development of the team.
Salaries match those paid in the UK and the cost of living is a lot cheaper. A fantastic opportunity to experience a very different way of life, for those with three years plus consumer, qualitative agency experience. If this sounds like you apply below.
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