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View Poll Results: How often do you travel for work?
More than twice per month 9 18.00%
Maybe once a month 10 20.00%
Less than 4 times per year 17 34.00%
Never 14 28.00%
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Old 03-02-2007, 01:09 PM   #1
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Old 03-02-2007, 01:21 PM   #2
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Just when I need more investors... usually 2 or 3 times a year.

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Old 03-02-2007, 01:26 PM   #3
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I've traveled one time in 7 years

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Old 03-02-2007, 01:31 PM   #4
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Not quite sure how to answer that one. I am actually a travel nurse and moved out of my home toen, Bronx NY, and have been moving around ever since. About four years now. I used to get a new assignment every three to six months. Now, I pretty much take ajob and stay there till I am sick of it, or find more money somewhere.

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When we met, my wife was gone two weeks out of each month. Man I miss those days. It sucked being apart (because we were dating) and when we got together - WOW.

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I've had jobs that ranged from 75% travel down to zero, most of them closer to zero. I'm looking forward to the day when my startup can afford to send me to visit my manufacturers, in Taiwan and China. Not to mention the order fulfillment company, conveniently located in Denver. Anyone think of a better place to go in October? Except Munich, of course.

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When we met, my wife was gone two weeks out of each month. Man I miss those days. It sucked being apart (because we were dating) and when we got together - WOW.

I hear you! I'm usually gone 15-20 days a month. Nothing like 12 honeymoons per year...
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Cool. Keep the answers coming.

For a class this quarter, I (along with my group) have to develop a business plan for a product or service and prepare a marketing plan and financials. We have an idea and we'll need to create several surveys to help determine profitability. I'll probably be asking you guys for your input quite often. I can't tell you what the product is quite yet (because it would violate the integrity of the surveys) but you'll figure it out soon enough. I know that this crowd is perfect for it.

Likewise, I'd like to enroll your assistance from time to time. I might ask you to post the poll to other forums you might frequent. No personal info will be captured, I swear. I probably won't even capture IP addy's since I won't really need them. Just age, gender, and a few occupational and personal questions.

This is a BIG class for me, and I'm hoping you all can help.

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Not quite sure how to answer that one. I am actually a travel nurse and moved out of my home toen, Bronx NY, and have been moving around ever since. About four years now. I used to get a new assignment every three to six months. Now, I pretty much take ajob and stay there till I am sick of it, or find more money somewhere.
Hey I was thinking about doing that, do you like it?
Can you get licsensed in Europe?
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Not quite sure how to answer that one. I am actually a travel nurse and moved out of my home toen, Bronx NY, and have been moving around ever since. About four years now. I used to get a new assignment every three to six months. Now, I pretty much take ajob and stay there till I am sick of it, or find more money somewhere.
How often do you have a trip that requires an overnight stay at a hotel?
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