Analysis Group fosters an academically oriented work environment with an emphasis on teamwork and collaboration. The analyst position is an entry-level role for candidates with research experience who have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in computer science, economics, finance, mathematics, statistics, or related subjects.
Our analysts are exposed to multiple projects at a time across a broad range of practice areas and industries. Analysts are provided the opportunity to work with top professors from leading institutions, counsel from premier law firms, and corporate and government clients. At Analysis Group, analysts play an integral role on our case teams. From the inception of a case through its filing, analysts contribute at every stage.
- Analyzing economic, financial, and health care data
- Using algorithms and statistical programming in Java, Python, R, SAS, Stata, VBA, and other programs
- Analyzing data with statistical methods and analytical tools including econometric estimation of models, survival analysis, and machine learning
- Creating dynamic visualizations to rapidly explore data and models
- Examining market and industry behavior through targeted research
- Reviewing and summarizing analyst reports and client documents
- Participating in meetings with academic experts and case team members
- Assisting in the preparation of expert reports and other client deliverables
Our ideal candidates are intellectually curious people with an interest in applying quantitative methods to real-world research problems, and who possess strong interpersonal and communication skills. Successful analysts are committed to teamwork and collaborative problem solving, and aspire to continuous learning and professional development.
Analysts often move on to top graduate programs for an M.B.A., Ph.D., J.D., or other advanced degrees after their tenure with Analysis Group. Many return to the firm as associates after completing their degrees.
Analysts who start at Analysis Group with a graduate degree are eligible for promotion to the associate role after demonstrating the ability to perform at the associate level and beyond. In addition to the traditional analyst role, we also offer opportunities to join the firm as a summer analyst intern.
Learning and Development Opportunities
AG Orientation: This cross-office event is designed for all new AG employees. The conference provides a deep dive into our history, our work, our culture, and our people. The event features speeches from senior staff, small group discussions, and social events. New employees return to work with an expanded network of peers and resources to help them succeed at AG.
Analytical and Coding Skills Coursework: We provide analysts with extensive training so they can develop the core analytical skills critical to their casework. Coursework strengthens analysts’ understanding of AG’s best practices in Excel and in SAS, Stata, R, VBA, and Python coding.
Analyst Forum: This leadership development program is designed for analysts entering their third year at AG. Analysts leave the Forum with a better understanding of how their roles can evolve, ways to capitalize on learning and growth opportunities at AG, and how to plan a successful career path.
Grad School Workshops: This yearlong series of workshops is designed to help our tenured analysts to be more efficient and effective at navigating the graduate school application process. Analysts discover tools and strategies to help them manage the application process, including selecting essay topics and interviewing effectively.
Meet Our Analysts
- “I enjoy the inquisitive nature of the job: I like to feel like I’m a detective trying to solve a puzzle. I also enjoy the intellectual battle going on in litigation; it pushes me to think about arguments on both sides of the dispute.” JeanneSenior Analyst, London
- “I’ve gained tremendous experience designing concrete analyses to address complex questions, and then presenting the results clearly and concisely to case team leadership.” WillSenior Analyst, New York
- “Analysis Group’s collaborative culture improves everyone’s work. People are able to catch each other’s mistakes, suggest improvements, and make sure lots of ideas are considered so that analyses end up being the best they can be.” AnshikaSenior Analyst, Boston