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How much research is required on the job?

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Victor’s Answer

It's a broad question. Some jobs don't require research at all and the other way around...some jobs require 100% commitment to research. It would be beneficial from career perspective in most fields to allocate some time to research continuously as it helps to deepen your knowledge and to stay current.
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Mel’s Answer

This is a really broad question and really does depend on the job. Starting off in any career you should look to spend 4 to 6 hours out of work time on research and personal development. This may sound a lot but it will pay you back in the years to come.

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Krishna Chaitanya’s Answer

Most of the techncial jobs in healthcare needs considerable amount of research. I would say spending 20 percent of the time on research in a regular routine job will go a long way.
Some jobs like data scientist are more about research and less about rest everything. If you have that research bent of mind, I would recommend to pick a career that benefits from this skill.
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