Take an online survey (<25 minutes) to support Oxford research

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Experience Level: Entry
Hello -
Hopefully, you are well!

We are looking for someone to help us contribute to our research on skill development on online labour platforms like PeoplePerHour. You would have to take a 20 – 25 minutes online survey on your learning and skill development.
After accepting our offer, we would share a personalized survey link with you to take the survey in your own time.

Some more background on our project: We are a research team from the University of Oxford and the Copenhagen Business School researching how online workers learn and develop their professional skills. We are funded by the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP) to help them identify further practices and policies for promoting your and other freelancers' continuous learning efforts in the future.

Here is a short video introducing us and our research:
https://youtu.be/YtMnhm1hBFM

You can also find out more about our research project here:
https://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/research/projects/crowdlearn/

Apart from the small financial token of appreciation for your time spent on this survey, we would like to invite you to view this research project as an opportunity to support research and shape future policies supporting the learning efforts of workers active in the platform economy.

We would be extremely grateful, if you took the time to support us with this survey!

Thanks and all the best,

Susanne

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  • Richard M.

    Here's my response to your survey.
    1. The EU should stop squandering public money on pointless Europrojects.
    2. Smug, entitled, elitist academics who sponge off public money should get off their backsides and get a real job in order to learn about the real world where people are trying to earn a living and in some cases have only the internet as a means of doing so.
    3. We're leaving, so any conclusions the EU comes to are irrelevant.

  • Anna P.

    Below ENTRY rates.