Modern workplace design tends to emphasize open work spaces, but that doesn’t mean an open environment is right for every organization. Mathematica Policy Research is one such company.
Founded in 1958 by a group of Princeton mathematicians, the company is a groundbreaking leader in social policy research. Mathematica workers are primarily engaged in research and data analysis to help government agencies, foundations, and universities make informed decisions in wide-ranging policy areas from early childhood and education to health, labor, and international development. And the nature of the work makes privacy paramount.