Polls with employment status-specific targeting
Check out 6 surveys targeting employment status. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.
This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Gender identity (Female), Age range (35 44, 45 54), and Employment status (Full Time, Part Time). A sample of responses:
- option C is more detailed and interesting compared to all other options
- My first choice would appeal to women as it seems like an intimate, sincere approach to helping women grow their small businesses. The second choice was a little vague and farfetched, however it makes a lot more sense than the third choice which really seems to just be meaningless words.
- I chose Option A because the subtitle encompasses what the book is about. I think that it is geared towards a passion and how to grow a business from it. I chose Option C as my second choice because it gives me the idea that it is about how I would focus on my business and grow and enjoy it. My third choice was Option B because it didn't give me enough insight or interest.
- You always want a title to be able to grab someone's attention. The first two options I loved, they explained what the book would be about and it very catchy and interesting.
- I chose option C as my first choice because it clearly states the purpose of the book wit no confusion. I chose option A second because it also clearly states the objective without confusion as to what the book would be about. I left option B for last because I had not choice, it doesn't clearly explain the motive of the material, but more gives a snazzy title that would draw a reader in to see what it's about, slightly misleading,
This is a 2 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Employment status (Full Time, Part Time). A sample of responses:
- I have actually worked out of my home more often than not throughout my career and I enjoy it very much. I definitely prefer it to going into the office.
- I hate having the commute into my office. Working from home is so much more relaxing, and I actually feel MORE motivated to work from here than I do in the office. I get so bored in the office doing my job. After about an hour of active work in the morning, I basically sit there for hours thinking of what I could be doing at home. Now I can get those things accomplished! I'm a happier person having more balance.
- Working from home would be more convenient and save time and money on not having to commute
- My current job is much easier working from home as I don't have to deal with many hassles and menial tasks that I do while working on site. I would definitely miss seeing people regularly, especially for potential romantic interests, but I could always just make an effort to get out more in my off time. I have plans for artistic interests in the future as well, which would inherently be working from home, so I am already fairly mentally prepared for doing so for a long time.
- As long as I could upgrade my equipment/supplies, yes, absolutely. I do miss my co-workers, but I'm really liking having more flexibility in my schedule. I have two young children, so working from home would mean more time with them. Even if/when they return to school, I would still get to see them more because I would be able to pick them up, etc. I would be here with them for their days off and for summers. I have kind of a makeshift set-up right now because we closed abruptly, but if I could set up a better workstation, then yes definitely.
Do you think you would benefit in your work and career life if you were able to be matched with a mentor who has already done some of the career things you want to do, and then you had a virtual or in-person coffee meeting with that person?
This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Employment status (Full Time). A sample of responses:
- It is always helpful to have someone you respect to bounce ideas off and give their thoughts and opinions. I have 45 years experience in banking and often act in that role for newer employees. I also still have my mentors that I use on a regular basis! I think a virtual or in person meeting would be very helpful.
- I think so, and either virtual or in person would fit. It is always good to hear about the experiences from others and get their perspectives.
- I probably could benefit from that. It would be nice to talk to someone who had been where I was professionally and could give me advice on future events that could come up.
- Absolutely. It would be great to see how certain steps helped and how certain experiences really offered nothing of worth, so you could avoid it
- Not sure in my line of business it would help, not many mentors in my line of business. I work at answering service and find other services just do things completely different
This is a 6 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Employment status (Full Time). A sample of responses:
- Choice #1 (A): Relevant title for today; no offensive language. Choice #2 (F): Similar language to (A) and states that it is a guide. Choice #3 (B): Did not like first two words, but did like the verb "optimizing". Choice #4 (D): appeared to be a how-to guide for organizations. Choice #5 (C): seemed to offer employers a way to get and keep "the best people". Choice #6 (E): Offensive language and vague title.
- All of the ass-hole free stuff sounds terrible. Sorry. Not a fan of any of these names but I liked A best.
- A is professional, detailed, and indicative.
- Honestly, I think swear words are bad for any kind of advertising regarding an HR subject. So every single entry except A is unaccceptable. The people who buy this are the same kind of people who manage write-ups for profanity. Seriously.
- This title is best. It is proper, appropriate, and more professional. I will order for my book club.
This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Employment status (Student, Part Time, Not Employed). A sample of responses:
- -the format of the letter is more professional, looks like those you will receive from a legit, higher standard company:"With Regards," using company name instead of person's name, etc..-the instructions listed as bullet points is clear
- Some wordings in B sounded like a spam email. The subject line of B made me feel rushed and I associate that feeling with spam mails. I think the longer more professional approach of A makes it seem more legitimate
- option A description is reliable than option B
- Choice A didn't use a catchy phrase to get my attention; it's serious. It also doesn't use all caps for emphasis, call me by my first name, or talk me in a coercive manner. It's formal and respectful, as well as professional.
- Option B is more to the point. Most people are only going to skim an email and possibly miss important information because of all the fluff.
This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Employment status (Full Time), Amazon Prime membership (Yes), and Age range (25 34). A sample of responses:
- I like the more vibrant pinkish redish color of option A the best.
- I love the coral look. I always seem to lean towards this color because it plays so well off of other colors.
- I like pink best because the text looks really good on that color. It's easier to read.
- Choice B is more vibrant.
- The pink has a better appearance than the orange to me.