Director, Real-time Labor Intelligence Research, Monster Government Solutions
Mr. Bruce Stephen is the Director of Real-time Labor Intelligence Market Research for Monster Government Solutions. Bruce brings over 20 years of market research experience that focuses on building products, partnerships and new capabilities with real-time labor market intelligence. He has developed and delivered a variety of projects utilizing real-time labor intelligence to drive decisions in workforce, economic and education development. As well, Bruce has extensive experience in market intelligence product development and management, primary research, consulting, business development, building and managing teams as well as research writing and analysis.
Monster Government Solutions is the premier global provider of real-time labor intelligence (RLI) and advisory services to government, education, economic development and labor-focused research organizations. Monster’s RLI provides the demand and supply side data, analysis and insights to drive decisions related to both strategic and tactical workforce, economic, and educational development. Our RLI services utilize Monster’s vast data resources, large, experienced internal analyst team and extensive partner network to deliver highly actionable research solutions. Our solutions utilize Monster’s vast databases of talent supply and demand
Before joining Monster, Bruce worked with Management Insight Technologies developing and leading multi-national qualitative and quantitative projects for such clients as VMware, IBM and Red Hat. He has also served as research director with Kensington Group, Inc., a position in which he coordinated primary research and consulting projects related to IT industry influencers. During a 13-year career with leading IT market researcher IDC, Bruce worked in a variety of research and upper management positions. In 1999, he was voted “analyst of the year,” by a group of IDC’s largest customers. Bruce worked closely with major IT firms such as Dell, HP, IBM, NEC and Toshiba, and advised them on topics ranging from product development to business strategy. He holds a B.A. in cultural anthropology from Macalester College.