Announcing Lucid’s battleground state poll series
We finish our Women of Lucid blog series with three members of leadership. Today, they share their take on gender in the workplace, and advice for women looking to follow in their footsteps.
Today, we feature three women who know code and aren’t afraid to use it! These women roll up their sleeves each day to dig into technical projects and get the job done.
Today, we’re featuring four Lucid women who are owning their roles and making a difference on Lucid’s client-facing teams, Federated Sample, Fulcrum, and Proof.
Gender inequality in the workplace: everyone is talking about it. Women make up at least half of the workforce, yet only about 25% of IT-related jobs are held by women. This post kicks off a Women of Lucid blog series, in which we’ve asked some of our own female staff members to share their experiences in the the industry, and how we can encourage women in technology.
Readers may have noticed that the Presidential tracker did not update Thursday, 10/6. If it had, the results would have shown a big jump in support for Clinton from an 8 point lead after Tuesday to a 12 point lead after Wednesday. Because there was not a news event that would have precipitated such a massive gain for Clinton, we dug further into our data and found reason to believe the data collected on Wednesday represented a significant outlier.
How to sample and run market research trackers or wave studies and prevent dreaded data shifts. Take the proper precautions to deliver valuable insights to your clients.
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