A junior researcher is an entry-level position in the field of research. Junior researchers work under the supervision of senior researchers and assist with various aspects of research projects. They may work in academic institutions, private research firms, or government agencies.

The primary responsibilities of a junior researcher include:

  1. Conducting literature reviews: Junior researchers search for and review existing literature on a particular research topic to gain a better understanding of the subject.
  2. Collecting and analyzing data: Junior researchers assist with data collection and analysis by administering surveys, conducting interviews, or running experiments, among other methods.
  3. Writing research reports: Junior researchers contribute to the writing of research reports by summarizing findings, drawing conclusions, and suggesting further research.
  4. Participating in research meetings: Junior researchers attend research meetings to discuss findings, troubleshoot problems, and provide updates on their progress.
  5. Maintaining research equipment: Junior researchers are responsible for maintaining research equipment, ensuring it is properly calibrated and functioning correctly.
  6. Managing research databases: Junior researchers help manage research databases, including entering and verifying data, and conducting data quality checks.