I felt that the job I held "made a difference."
Field Supervisor/Project Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA and NC – May 19, 2018
There was no typical day at work because the studies were adapted to the respondents availability and location. For this reason, there was never a boring day.
As a Project Field Manager, time flexibility was essential, while hours and dollars per case were expected to be kept to a minimum.
Because I worked out of my office as opposed to a group setting, training sessions with others was a plus, for the camaraderie and education.
I especially enjoyed supervising the field interviews who were always a talented and inventive group.
Social Science projects had meaning and were worthy of my time.
Scheduling personal time while maintaining project deadlines.