Interviewers are people that provide vital information for a company by asking questions and collecting data for research purposes. They can work in different fields but are usually found in businesses related to customer service, software or product development, and healthcare. They are organizers, analyzers, and educators that write surveys, assess large groups of data, and create reports identifying areas of improvement. They are able to communicate efficiently and politely, not only understanding what is being said but also what might need to be explained further.
Interviewers are highly research-oriented. They tend to be good conversationalists and writers. Though no formal education is required to become an interviewer, studying journalism or psychology is recommended. Jobs for interviewers are expected to grow 2% by 2026.