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Complete a phone call survey for working women

Posted by Jessica L.



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Sunday, 31st Mar 2013
I am conducting a interview on women who are part-time or full time employed interested in developing their career, getting a promotion or changing industries.

A very brief "About You":
-You are a women aged 28 - 50
-You have been thinking about a career change, promotion or undertaking study
-You live in either a metropolitan suburb, the city or an inner regional area
-When you think about making a change in your life you also think about the impact that has on your family
-You may be working only because you were presented with an opportunity or Centrelink and its Job Agencies helped you secure the work in any case it is not your "dream job".
-You find it hard to find time to get everything done in a week
- Bringing in additional money to your household must be a priority
- Spending $1000 either upfront or over 6 months on enhancing your employability and salary is scary but not out of your reach

Surveys can be completed either by telephone or Skype outside of business hours and on weekends.

The survey will take approximately 1 hour.
Aurora G.
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Sure no worries :) I'll bid on this task.
Hi Aurora, perhaps you and I could speak for the value of $15 (for your time) and I could pick your brain. :-)
Bear in mind that if it's for a good cause (i.e. if it's a scientific/sociology study and not for a company trying to sell people something), it's easier to find respondents and you might not even have to pay them to do it.
Alternatively, you can outsource the recruitment and get someone else to make these contacts for you or set up meetings, but you actually conduct the interviews yourself. Hope this helps!
Hi July, a place like this is a good start :) Perhaps also visit or call the places where your target interviewee may be - universities/TAFEs (people looking for career changes often take short courses to test the waters), libraries (lots of people with free time who might be willing to participate - also you can gauge straightaway if they're your target respondent), or just approaching people you know and their friends.
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