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robinsavinar
03-Aug-2016, 18:46
Researchers at the University of California Davis are conducting an
anonymous survey about the career paths of technology professionals in
the U.S.

We want to learn how consultantsí earnings and benefits compare to
people with regular, full-time employment.

And we want to understand how professional outcomes vary by race, gender
and immigrant status.

We invite Novell community members to contribute your work histories to
the survey! It takes about 7-12 minutes to complete.

Learn more about this study, or take the survey here:
http://bit.ly/2aJ0zuf

Contact principal investigator Robin Savinar at rlsavinar@ucdavis.edu
with questions.


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kgroneman
03-Aug-2016, 19:16
This looks legitimate and not spam. FWIW. - Kim


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robinsavinar
03-Aug-2016, 21:26
Thanks, Kim. I am a legit academic researcher. Indeed, it was a software
architect who participated in the study who suggested I post here.

P.S. My computer beats me at kickboxing.

kgroneman;2436165 Wrote:
> This looks legitimate and not spam. FWIW. - Kim


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