Economic Development Research Group (EDR Group) has a summer internship opening for a Graduate Student to assist in economic research pertaining to issues of economic development and infrastructure investment.
Since our founding in 1996, Economic Development Research Group, Inc. has grown steadily as a national and international leader in the analysis of economic development performance, impacts and opportunities. From our base in Boston, we work with public agencies and private companies spread across North America as well as overseas. Our working style is to bring together the best available individuals and resources, in a collaborative environment that puts a premium on internal teamwork, continual learning and insight from outside experts.
Our staff is comprised of individuals with strong analytic skills in the fields of economics, urban and regional planning, public policy and related fields. If you fit this profile and are looking for a challenging, fast paced and exciting work environment, then please read on about our employment policies and job openings.
Benefits -- Economic Development Research Group, Inc. offers its employees a professional office setting located in the heart of Boston's exciting financial and waterfront district. Full-time employees are offered benefits including an HMO-type of health care plan, a 401K type of retirement savings plan, short-term and long-term disability insurance and personal (vacation, holiday and sick) time. Part-time employees are also offered some benefits. All benefits are subject to additional requirements.
Equal Opportunity Policy -- Economic Development Research Group, Inc. makes hiring and promotion decisions without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, height, weight, marital status or disability unrelated to the ability of the individual to perform the duties of a particular job or position. We maintain a drug-free workplace.
Current Job Opportunities
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Economic Development Research Group (EDR Group) has an immediate opening for a part-time Graduate Student to assist in economic research pertaining to issues of economic development, energy and transportation.
While there is not a specific job opening at this time, Economic Development Research Group (EDR Group) is still accepting resumes from persons with training and experience in economics, urban/regional planning, public policy or transportation planning. Bachelor or Masters Degree required.