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A.I., Weed, and Data

Season 2018, Ep. 7

An emerging job is a new job (or field of jobs) that is showing good signs that it will soon experience a boom in pay and hiring. In this episode, Chief Economist at PayScale Katie Bardaro lends her insight on what are the emerging jobs set to see success in the near future!


Katie joined PayScale in 2008. In addition to leading the data analytics team and building and maintaining PayScale’s proprietary compensation model, Katie serves as PayScale’s chief economist. She has provided analysis on compensation data and trends for print/online and broadcast media including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Economist, CNBC, CNN Money, USA Today, Forbes, and Business Insider, among others. Katie holds a bachelor’s in economics from the College of the Holy Cross and a master’s in economics from University of Washington, with a focus in labor economics and econometrics.


Learn More about Katie Bardaro and PayScale:

https://www.payscale.com/career-news/author/katie-bardaro

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