Employment Status Audience Targeting

Polls based on Employment Status specific focus groups: Student, Not employed, Employed - Part-time, Employed - Full-time, and Retired

Polls with Employment Status-specific Targeting

Check out 6 surveys targeting employment status. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Would you pay for this online tool?

    This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Employment Status (Full Time). A sample of responses:

    • No. I don't look at slides often enough to be worth a purchase
    • It would depend. I would pay to allow this for presentations if I am give webinars, teach a class or something. I think it would be useful to get information out to more people if it is something that I was looking to make money with or use to support my business, For a free informational session though I would probably not want to pay. I would have to see what the return on the price for the product would be before I made my final decision.
    • I like the idea, but I don't know if I would pay for it. My cheap-self would just scroll to the parts I need to listen to.
    • Yes - I would pay for this because it would allow me to leverage the presentation easily for only a nominal fee which is a bargain when you think about the importance of the presentation and the amount of work put into it.
    • Honestly to me this sounds a bit too vague and also potentially like too much of a niche market to be of interest to the general public.
  • Based on the screenshot, do you clearly understand the service being offered? Why or why not?

    This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age Range (55 64, 45 54, 35 44), Home Ownership (Own), Income ($101k+, $61 100k), and Employment Status (Full Time). A sample of responses:

    • The ad is very descriptive and gives all the information you need on how to give a review.
    • It says right at the top of the ad exactly what they do which is "get video testimonials from your customers."
    • Yes, I think I understand the concept. Essentially, a client can post a video clip of them speaking about their experience using your company or services that other people could watch and see what other people think or how they view the company. It would allow companies to ask clients to post a video or clip of their experience and other people could view it to learn more about what people think. I think the idea is a good experience that companies would love to use (as long as they were positive) as it gives a much more personal feel to a review instead of just seeing written words that don't mean much to people. I think businesses would love this and would like it for their social media and/or webpage.
    • yes, it provides assistance with creating video testimonials.
    • This is quite clear to me that it is a service that any business wishing for enhance their testimonials using video could use these guys without needing a video team
  • Pick brand name for a free mobile app and financial service designed for people with changing/un-steady/multiple/cash based/paycheck-paycheck/part-time income, that can be described as Venmo or Cash App+Creditcard-Evil

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting App Store Spending (Under $10, $10 $100), Employment Status (Full Time, Part Time, Student), Credit Score (Don't Know Or Check, 300 629, 630 689, 690 719), and Age Range (18 24, 25 34, 35 44). A sample of responses:

    • good and nice one
    • B looks like it is from a different country, which is fine but generally I find it less trustworthy.
    • If I had to chose between these two, it would probably be FreePaid, it's more conspicuous, but again HiFi brings about the idea of Wifi or I guess High Fidelity, both of which kind of are muddled with the ude of the product.
    • good and nice one
    • HiFi sounds adorable and very bright and bubbly. It sounds positive and welcoming to everyone regardless of the financial situation.
  • Which keynote title is most appealing for corporate events and association members annual meeting? The presentation description is the same, titles differ. Is this topic appealing to you?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Employment Status (Full Time). A sample of responses:

    • I like A because it feels more professional and competent. I think it’s also a good idea to include a monetary value like they did to draw in the viewer.
    • B is a little more compelling.
    • I like the two statement title event. I like the title with the secondary statement over option A which ends up being 3 lines and looks less pleasing.
    • The keynote title is most appealing to me due to content of the keynote itself in comparison to the other presented option.
    • I like B's title because people need to go through like making smart decisions not safe ones. Making decisions without risk can be just as dangerous in the real world as a seemly risky decision. High risk can make mean high reward but no risk can mean no reward.
  • Which subtitle for the book THE AUTHENTIC MARKETER is more interesting?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Employment Status (Part Time, Full Time), Age Range (45 54, 35 44), and Gender (Female). A sample of responses:

    • I think that A is most relatable. C and B sound like the person needs convinced to like their own business a bit. I thi k A sounds very positive.
    • I like how it tells you where you head needs to be (centered) option c, I like how it tells you how you are perceived option b, I don't like option a at all. The real girls guide. Clearly, if someone is growing a business, she is NOT a girl, she is an accomplished woman.
    • 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.
    • Option C sounds good - not only what it means, but the rhythm of the words as they're spoken or read. And it makes sense. But use the word "and" in place of "&."The other two options are awkward, for different reasons. Option A is grammatically incorrect, because it starts in the third person (referring to a third party, "the real girl), and then midsentence, it switches to second person ("you"). It also cuts out half your potential audience. Option B is just awkward, because you have to read in a few times to understand it. It also seems more specific, and thus more limited in scope that the others.
    • option C is more detailed and interesting compared to all other options
  • Would you work from home forever if you could?

    This is a 2 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Employment Status (Full Time, Part Time). A sample of responses:

    • 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
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.

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