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LAST CHANCE: UK MNers: Complete a survey about working and having children - you could win a £200 Love2Shop voucher NOW CLOSED

(57 Posts)
AngelieMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 17-Feb-14 15:50:20

We're working with a company who want to know more about the impact that having children can sometimes have on parents' careers. They're interested in hearing your opinions and experiences of having a family and working.

This survey is open to all UK MNers who have at least one child and were working before they had children. It doesn't matter whether you are currently in paid work or not, we'd still love to hear from you.

Click here to complete the survey.

Everyone who completes the survey and adds their email address at the end will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £200 Love2Shop voucher.

Thanks and good luck!
MNHQ

zipzap Fri 28-Feb-14 11:48:36

argh. I don't remember putting dc's ages in - just number of dc. If I've missed it then they please could you add them in - they're 8 & 5. Thanks!

I also thought the level of work question was quite tricky to answer - the way the levels were listed (senior managerial, junior managerial, etc) made it look like it was a scale but clerical and professional were ranked together and they encompass a vast range - say from a doctor, lawyer or civil engineer at a senior level through to those doing the filing or data entry... It seems odd to want to specify between senior and junior managers and then lump these two together, and not even want to distinguish senior and junior professionals.

Chunderella Fri 28-Feb-14 18:25:28

Do the salary questions refer to pro rata? For example I earn less now than I did before having DC, due to being part time whereas previously full time. But my full time salary has increased- I get a lower percentage of a higher amount. So I'm not sure which to tick.

TSSDNCOP Fri 28-Feb-14 18:40:13

Done

<commence fantasy about spending £200 Lovevouchers>

Done.

TalisaMaegyr Sat 01-Mar-14 20:03:22

Done.

serin Sun 02-Mar-14 16:50:33

Done x

NoelOfLorst Sun 02-Mar-14 19:25:39

Done.

spleenyone Sun 02-Mar-14 21:07:50

Done

morethanpotatoprints Sun 02-Mar-14 23:07:23

Not a very good survey, if you don't work even though it states you still meet the criteria, there are no questions relating to this really.
A bit silly really.

MrsShrek3 Mon 03-Mar-14 00:20:48

done. interesting and more intelligently angled than most surveys we do.

ILoveWooly Mon 03-Mar-14 16:22:49

Done. Rather reflective.

bubby64 Wed 05-Mar-14 12:52:49

Done, made me actually think about my career path since having children, as its been more by luck than judgement that its been maintained as much as it has done. Also the identity questions are good ones.

Lemonylemon Wed 05-Mar-14 13:11:01

Done.

gleegeek Wed 05-Mar-14 17:00:31

Done, difficult survey to cover my circumstances (ill health)

babySophieRose Wed 05-Mar-14 21:48:16

I wonder if you publish the winners anywhere on mumsnet site. I have done a few surveys and would like to know where you can check it. Thanks smile

elpth Thu 06-Mar-14 09:42:23

Done!

themoneyone Thu 06-Mar-14 14:07:38

done grin

scottishmummy Thu 06-Mar-14 19:10:40

Completed

LetsFaceTheMusicAndDance Thu 06-Mar-14 23:51:49

done
interesting

LetsFaceTheMusicAndDance Thu 06-Mar-14 23:52:38

I had the same issue as Chunderella

gabrielaromt Fri 07-Mar-14 16:16:45

done

Done

done

DiscoBiscuits Sun 09-Mar-14 10:17:53

Done!

BooRooandTiggerToo Tue 11-Mar-14 14:44:07

Completed smile

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