People in advertising/marketing, please answer college student's short survey!!?

MARKETING RESEARCH SURVEY ( ) Male ( ) Female Age ____ 1. Highest Level of Education? ( ) High School ( ) 2-year college ( ) 4-year college ( ) Masters ( ) Ph. D ( ) other ________________ 2. Which college(s)/university(s) did you attend? - - 3. College major? ____________________ 4. Current job title? ___________________ 5. Do you think potential employers favor individuals with advanced college degrees or those with only an undergraduate degree and more work experience? ( ) Education ( ) Experience Why? ___________________________ 6. Does your company and/or clients prefer the use of internet advertising over traditional media (i.e. newspapers, television, magazines) ( ) yes ( ) no ( ) does not apply If yes, why? ______________________ 7. Please select all of the following statements you agree with: ( ) The internet is the best thing that has happened to advertising. ( ) Products will still do best in traditional media outlets. ( ) Traditional media outlets are a thing of the past. ( ) Newspapers are dying and soon will be obsolete. ( ) Advertising and marketing still require talent and creativity. 8. If your company and/or clients utilize internet advertising, which one or more of the following types is preferred? ( ) social networking sites (facebook, myspace) ( ) Google/search engine ads ( ) blogs ( ) commercials within internet TV sites (, etc.) ( ) banner ads ( ) pop-up advertisements ( ) other ______________ 10. What is the best part about your job? Why? 11. What is one piece of advice you would give to someone looking to pursue this career? this is a real survey for school...we are researching our possible careers, i know its a strange assignment, sorry

Asked By: saraaa - 3/25/2009
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Answered By: Nolla - 3/25/2009
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Seems like this is not really a school survey. Seems like your just not sure, whether you’re in marketing or thinking about it I am not sure. I have done many things in my life and it now seems I am in marketing. I live by the wise words that Mark Twain once said. “I will never let school get it in the way of my... More
Answered By: Tony - 3/25/2009
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