Coleman Research Group Employee Reviews in United States

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Senior External Telecom Consultant (Current Employee) –  Miami, FLNovember 3, 2015
Excellent opportunities to use your skills in specific areas to help Clients and earn good money. They find really interesting and challenging projects for your specific set of skills.
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Superb one-to-one relationship with Coleman's Project Managers
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A group of hard working people in a fast paced environment
Account Manager, Generalist (Former Employee) –  New York, NYApril 28, 2014
A great opportunity to learn and research multiple sectors for exposure to the buy-side
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Productive, Vibrant Work Culture
Research Associate (Former Employee) –  New York, NYOctober 16, 2013
It was a great working experience and I learned a tremendous amount about the retail and consumer goods industries and markets on a global and domestic scale.
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If you stay, work for a year and then leave
Associate, Healthcare (Former Employee) –  New York, NYAugust 30, 2012
It's a decent place to find an median range paying "starter" job, but you do not want to stay there long term. The industry is a very niche industry, (which makes for interesting networking conversations) there are 3 top competitors, (you're constantly battling them on projects) and neither clients nor superiors in other parts of the firm appropriately value your efforts as a Research Associate. (you often feel unappreciated and undervalued)

There's a definite sales component to the job; you're not selling anything, but you are approaching people cold- cold calling, cold emails, etc. Be ready for harsh brushback, hung up phones, and other acts of rudeness when reaching out to people.

Co-workers are fine and should get along with you well. That was the most enjoyable part of the job. It's essentially just a "job"; it will pay the bills until you find something better or something that you actually like.

Hours vary by your division, but it's usually near a 9am to 6pm experience.
Pros
young firm, opportunities for advancement abound, great people
Cons
long hours, demanding clients, questionable management
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