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what should l do to have practical experience for a research analyst role while studying ?

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Tonya’s Answer

There are opportunities to volunteer as a research analyst. The opportunity may require less hours that could balance with your studies. You could select volunteer activities that align with your interest or specialty as a research analyst. For example, perhaps you have an interest as a research analyst in marketing, public health, business, internet/online companies, healthcare, academics, testing companies (for example: national testing centers analysis data), and the list goes on.

You can use career/job search websites to look for jobs with a salary as well as volunteer opportunities. Some are even remote!

Enjoy your search and your studies.

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Suzanne’s Answer

Hello Dey'ja M.,

You may enjoy working as a research assistant in the clinical research setting. We hired many aspiring scientists into these entry jobs when I was working as a clinical research nurse. It may take some effort to find a part-time job that would be suitable while you are in school.

Here is an example:
https://umiami.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UMCareerStaff/job/Miami-FL/Research-Assistant_R100045998-1?emid=3640

Here are additional available jobs:
https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=Science+%26+Research&l=33056&from=mobRdr&utm_source=%2Fm%2F&utm_medium=redir&utm_campaign=dt

Learning the research world entails learning the "language", the settings, the personalities, and developing relationships in the field. Our medical students would perform entry level functions such as entering data, assisting the physicians in setting up clinical visits, and learning to read clinical trial protocols.

I hope you find this answer helpful! Please copy and paste the URL's into your browser. If you are taking any science courses, ask your professors for ideas as well.

Best to you,
Sue, RN, MSN

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Suzanne’s Answer

Hello Dey'ja M.,

You may enjoy working as a research assistant in the clinical research setting. We hired many aspiring scientists into these entry jobs when I was working as a clinical research nurse. It may take some effort to find a part-time job that would be suitable while you are in school.

Here is an example:
https://umiami.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UMCareerStaff/job/Miami-FL/Research-Assistant_R100045998-1?emid=3640

Here are additional available jobs:
https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=Science+%26+Research&l=33056&from=mobRdr&utm_source=%2Fm%2F&utm_medium=redir&utm_campaign=dt

Learning the research world entails learning the "language", the settings, the personalities, and developing relationships in the field. Our medical students would perform entry level functions such as entering data, assisting the physicians in setting up clinical visits, and learning to read clinical trial protocols.

I hope you find this answer helpful! Please copy and paste the URL's into your browser. If you are taking any science courses, ask your professors for ideas as well.

Best to you,
Sue, RN, MSN

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