Re: Studies of KM Market and Employment Trends #question
Thanks, Nick, for this thorough and enlightening research. I find your assumptions and method reasonable and credible, given the dearth of more empirical data on this. (Don’t any government agencies or trade groups collect this important employment data?)
Have you done any vertical analysis, i.e., by industrial sectors? Or even by gross categories like businesses, nonprofits, and government? My sense is that “knowledge managers” tend to cluster disproportionally in the latter two – though my “evidence” for this is purely anecdotal.
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Subject: Re: [SIKM] Studies of KM Market and Employment Trends #question
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