{Survey} What are FOFs up to 9 to 5?

Boardroom or boredom? Job-hopper or loyal as a dog? Retiring or reinventing? Answer this anonymous career survey, then find out about the work lives of other FOFs.

Which best describes your current employment status?

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If you are working, how much do you typically make in year?

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Do you financially support your husband or partner?

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If you’re working, what best describes your employer?

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Which best describes your job transitioning behavior?

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At what age were you most satisfied with your career?

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What best describes your attitude towards retirement?

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Which (if any) posed the biggest challenge to your career ambitions?

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If you had kids, how did motherhood affect your career?

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If you have grown children, do you have to work to support them?

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Were you forced to go back to work by any of the following reasons?

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How has the current economic downturn affected your career?

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Do you have any regrets about the career path you’ve chosen?

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If you could go back, would you spend more or less time worrying about your career?

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3 Responses to “{Survey} What are FOFs up to 9 to 5?”

  1. Soledad says:

    After many years of not being satisfied with work I returned to school and finished a Master’s degree. I worked for 6 years at a job that I really enjoyed and then the position was eliminated. That was back in 2006. Since then I’ve been working part-time at a place that I don’t like and have been looking for a full-time job for almost 4 years.

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  2. Shellie says:

    A key to my career has been life long learning and education as well as key transferrable skills into new roles. Stay up-to-date in your industry and area of your work and interests. Network and have a positive attitude!

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  3. Barbara says:

    I just wish I had left a bad marriage when we first started having issues instead of staying

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