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No guarantees
Quality Control Project Assistant (Current Employee), Princeton, NJJuly 14, 2014
Pros: bagels on friday
Cons: pay
Make your own hours if there are hours to be made (family first).
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Great co workers
Field Assistant (Former Employee), Princeton, NJMay 21, 2014
Pros: job description
Cons: dealing with nonsense which was not apart of the job descrioption
Busy day which is great

I was familiar with the job description

management GREAT!, Supervisor lacked professionalism

Great co-workers

Difficult part of the job was dealing with the supervisors' juvenile antics

Enjoyable part of the job was the job itself.
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Productive and wonderful environment
Human Resources Call Representative (Former Employee), Princeton, NJDecember 20, 2013
Pros: make your own schedule, activities, helping people, and periodic increase in pay.
A typical day at work consisted of working on the phone surveying different people. However, I have learned to deal with all kinds of people and how respond to them when they are not very happy. Management for this job were EXCELLENT! They helped you with everything you needed and went above and beyond to get you the answer you needed when you were – more... on a live call. My co-workers were GREAT as well. Everyone was so diverse and it was a great place to work. It felt like a family working for this company and it definitely is experience I would not want to forget about. The job really was not hard, but one of the most enjoyable parts was the activities they had for everyone. – less
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The work atmosphere and flexible work schedule is excellent.
Bilingual Telephone Interviewer (Spanish) (Former Employee), Princeton, NJOctober 26, 2013
The type of research conducted is very important for our society. The work atmosphere and flexible work schedule is excellent.
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Varied projects, great work environment
Project Interviewer/Locator (Current Employee), Princeton, NJSeptember 9, 2013
Work is project-based, meaning that there are continuous chances to train and explore different subjects and areas in order to complete a survey; hours are flexible, and managers are excellent sources of information for self-improvement.
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law firm
Field Assessor/Assistant Supervisor (Former Employee), nation wideSeptember 4, 2013
mail was the hardest to get though. MASS mail and got a hang of within a few days.
lawyers and staff all very kind and welcoming
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Good Job
Data Entry Specialist (Former Employee), Princeton, NJAugust 30, 2013
Good part time job, very flexable with the hours. A lot of different postions you can move into.
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I really like this job but I was expecting more.
Field Locator (Former Employee), Plainfield, NJAugust 27, 2013
I was expecting this to be a 4 month assignment of 35 hour workweeks, but what it amounted to was about 5 weeks of 15-20 our weeks.
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Flexible
Interviewer (Former Employee), Chicago, ILJuly 10, 2013
Pros: flexible
Cons: part-time, on call
The co-workers and management are very friendly and team oriented. Schedules are very flexible.
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Great place to work
Project Assistant (Former Employee), Princeton, NJMarch 4, 2013
Pros: work enviroment
Cons: climate control (was always cold)
The training provided was by far the best I have ever received. Intelligent people to work with and a supportive work environment overall.
Room for advancement was abundant.
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Very good place to work with ample room for advancement
Project Assistant (Current Employee), Princeton, NJJanuary 17, 2013
My typical work day consists of catering to project needs. I have worked on projects ranging from healthcare, education to HIV/AIDS. The goal of survey research at my level is to gather, analyze and input data.
The best part of the job is the environment, the people and the work.
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I enjoyed working there. It was useful for my next job
Interviewer (Former Employee), Columbia, MDOctober 22, 2012
Pros: working with friendly people
Cons: not finding people to interview
Seems to be a fine group of people. I enjoyed finding people for interviews. L:earned some search techniques which may be useful elsewhere. Training was excellent, not a lot of pressure to produce.
We found who we could and were excited when we got interviews.
I'd like to do it again.
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could have been great
Call Center Interviewer (Former Employee), Princeton, NJAugust 27, 2012
Pros: salary
Cons: job security
This job could have been great, however, it just seemed like they didn't care about you at all. Moreover, the only time anyone would ever talk to you was if you made a mistake. My demise with the company happened when my house became ridden with lice from a visiting cousin. I informed my superiors that I thought it would be unethical for me to work – more... with the possibility that I may still have lice. However, when I told them I was ready to come back, I was suddenly "laid off". How's that for respect? – less
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Great college job
Survey Operations Interviewer (Current Employee), Princeton, NJMarch 13, 2012
Nice work environment. very flexible hours.
Research Project Assistants to work on important national studies in areas such as health care, education, disability, nutrition, and other related topics. Research Project Assistants may handle the following tasks:

•Interviewing – conduct interviews with study participants over the phone and provide general – more... data collection assistance
•Locating – obtain updated contact information for hard to reach study participants
•Editing – receipt hard copy questionnaires, code responses, and check documents for errors
•Data Entry – enter survey data into a database or spreadsheet•Field Assistant – make travel arrangements and field assignments for in-person (field) interviewers; obtain field staff reports and enter information into the project database; process expense reports; and perform other duties such as faxing and copying – less