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    Did you select None or do you have children?

    If you select none then the survey is finished. The last 3 questions are about you before you had children.

    I will check. Thanks for the feedback.

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    I selected one. It's working now.

    Just one small point. I don't think that not managing people means you are junior. I don't manage people but my role is not junior so I wasn't really sure what to select here.

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    Done - would be very interested in the results!

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    Yes good point. I wondered wether to keep that in or out - what would you put to capture the range from junior to middle management so as not to exclude those who are not junior but not yet middle management.

    Maybe - "Not yet middle management."
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    It's probably best to go into a study without a specific agenda/goal. The results are more likely to be robust/unbiased that way

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    Hi,

    I was unable to finish as my field of work - public service/customer service - wasn't listed....although I used to be a waitress - might just choose that instead

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    Done. The results would be interesting.


 

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