participate in study on career issues

Hi everyone,
I am a doctoral student at Auburn University and am offering
participation in an online research study related to career and
occupational issues. For each completed survey I receive, I will
donate $2 to The Humane Society of the United States. It generally
takes 15-20 minutes (possibly up to 30), and you must be between the
ages of 19 and 25 to participate.
If you may be interested in participating, please click the following
link to an information letter. From there, you can click the =93next=94
button at the bottom to take the survey.
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Also, if you know others who may be interested, please pass along this
information and survey link. Thank you for your time!
Megan Cobb
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mdc0010
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She appears to not understand the meaning of the "rec." in the newsgroup name.
Among other things, it means that most of us here are well over the age range specified, and many of us are well into retirement. :-)
No thank you.
I'm not sure that I know that many who fit your age restrictions.
Better Luck in the other newsgroups you have probably hit -- and hopefully a lot outside the "rec." heirarchy. :-) DoN.
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DoN. Nichols
rec means old?? I didn't knowdat!! But indeed, there do seem to be a lot of oldsters around here... and Republicans.... ceptin for TMT, of course.... LOL
Reply to
Existential Angst
Don't mistake The Humane Society of the United States with your local animal shelter or adoption agency:
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David R. Birch
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It means people who are doing things as a hobby -- which tends to favor the older part of the population, who no longer have to work full time at a job. Not all, of course, but many here.
:-) I try to stay out of the political side, which I consider wasted bandwidth here. (If nothing else, the time wasted weeding out what you don't want to read -- or the time spent tuning filters to do it for you. :-)
Enjoy, DoN.
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DoN. Nichols
Yeah, well, ours is an old man's hobby, too.
Reply to
Ed Huntress
TMT hasn't a clue how to do any metalworking, he's a fisherman...always trolling.
Reply to
Tom Gardner
And just what do YOU think about while turning handles and cranks? I seem NOT to think about women as much as I did when I was young enough to take this survey although I still have the potential to be a GREAT "Dirty Old Man".
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Tom Gardner
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I certainly don't think about politics. Mostly, I think about whether I can sneak up on the dimension properly, or whether I'll overshoot. :-) Also, I think about how it will interact with other parts of whatever I'm making, and perhaps I'm making mental modifications to the next part to make it easier to make or easier to use.
Thinking too much about women when running a machine tool is more likely to lead to a painful (or maybe even fatal) mistake. :-)
Enjoy, DoN.
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DoN. Nichols

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