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I'm desperate for a UX researcher contractor and am using the following string (filetype:pdf OR filetype:doc)  "user experience researcher" AND ("new york" OR ny OR nj OR "new jersey") but not really yielding much-- does anyone have a better string I could try.. 

thanks! 

 

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Dawn-

Try this is Google

site:linkedin.com "user experience researcher" "location * greater new york city" (inurl:in | inurl:pub) -dir

Feel free to tweak it if needed

Gary

Thank you! I had tried the 1st part of that search but didn't have the inurl part! : ) 

I appreciate your help 

Hi Dawn,

You've kind of answered the question yourself. Your string is looking for "user experience researcher" when most people will call this what you did "UX researcher" so you just need to look for variants on the job title.

Also by looking for filetypes you are limiting your results further. This search brings up plenty of people.

site:linkedin.com ("ux research" | "user experience research" | "UX * researcher) "greater new york city area" -jobs

Martin

Dawn - You've got some good string advice here but I'd also suggest looking for folks with degrees in HCI (Human Computer Interaction).  They are typically your UX Researchers but may be working under a different title.  Searching for the degree can yield different results.

Thanks, I found some good folks! : ) 

Martin Lee said:

Hi Dawn,

You've kind of answered the question yourself. Your string is looking for "user experience researcher" when most people will call this what you did "UX researcher" so you just need to look for variants on the job title.

Also by looking for filetypes you are limiting your results further. This search brings up plenty of people.

site:linkedin.com ("ux research" | "user experience research" | "UX * researcher) "greater new york city area" -jobs

Martin

Thanks, I've been searching UX researcher AND human factors but maybe just searching by the degree - makes sense! thank you so much! 

Jennifer Bowen said:

Dawn - You've got some good string advice here but I'd also suggest looking for folks with degrees in HCI (Human Computer Interaction).  They are typically your UX Researchers but may be working under a different title.  Searching for the degree can yield different results.

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