California is awash in jobs for linguists this Spring...
Update 5/24/14: Branding and Marketing
Consultant, Verbal Identity
B.A. degree, backgrounds of interest include any verbal-focused or writing intensive field (e.g. Linguistics)
Text Analytics Consultant
Medallia, Inc. - Palo Alto,California
Background in Linguistics
Demonstrated interest in technology
Strong preference for a French or German native speaker
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SF Bay Area
Responsibilities: Support the development of next-generation language products in the areas of speech and language technologies and systems. Support the administration of user studies
Qualifications: Senior undergraduate or graduate students in Applied Linguistics, or related fields
Analytical Linguist, Ads Human Evaluation
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Responsibilities: Direct, monitor, train, and manage the day-to-day work of temporary workers.
Work directly with engineers and statisticians to devise and run experiments to answer specific questions about advertising and product quality.
Minimum Qualifications: MA/MS or PhD degree in an analytical field (e.g., Linguistics, Cognitive Science, Statistics, Mathematics), or equivalent practical experience.
Experience working with large quantities of data.
And see my context here
Lexical Resource Manager
M.A. or PhD in Linguistics or related field
Strong background in phonology
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