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Work Trends Poll: The No Confidence Economy (United States) [USRUTG2009-WORKTRENDS20]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Abt SRBI, Inc. (Schulman, Ronca, & Bucuvalas, Inc.), field dates: November 5-15, 2009, sample: Workers--Full or part time employed adults, unemployed adults looking for work, and adults retired from their primary job but still working on a full or part time basis
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: Unemployment Panel (United States) [USRUTG2011-PANEL]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Knowledge Networks, field dates: August, 2009-August, 2011, sample: Panel members--Respondents who originally had been unemployed sometime between September, 2008 and August, 2009

Work Trends Poll: Healthy at Work? Unequal Assess to Employer Wellness Programs (United States) [USRUTG2009-WORKTRENDS18]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Abt SRBI, Inc. (Schulman, Ronca, & Bucuvalas, Inc.), field dates: May 19-29, 2009, sample: Workers--Full or part time employed adults and unemployed adults looking for work
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: The Anxious American Worker (United States) [USRUTG2008-WORKTRENDS17]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Abt SRBI, Inc. (Schulman, Ronca, & Bucuvalas, Inc.), field dates: May 14-25, 2008, sample: National adult including an oversample of the unemployed and looking for work
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: A Work-Filled Retirement: Workers' Changing Views on Employment and Leisure (United States) [USRUTG2005-WORKTRENDS16]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) at the University of Connecticut, field dates: May 2-June 12, 2005, sample: Workers--Full or part time employed adults, unemployed adults looking for work, and adults retired from their primary job but still working on a full or part time basis
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: At a Crossroads--American Workers Assess Jobs and Economic Security Amid the Race for President (United States) [USRUTG2004-WORKTRENDS15]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) at the University of Connecticut, field dates: September 16-October 15, 2004, sample: Workers--Full or part-time employed adults and unemployed adults looking for work
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: Laid Off--American Workers and Employers Assess a Volatile Labor Market (United States) [USRUTG2004-WORKTRENDS14]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) at the University of Connecticut, field dates: February 5-March 18, 2004, sample: Workers--Full or part-time employed adults and unemployed adults looking for work and Employers--management position in respondent organization
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: The Disposable Worker--Living in a Job-Loss Economy (United States) [USRUTG2003-WORKTRENDS13]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) at the University of Connecticut, field dates: June 10-21, 2003, sample: Workers--Full or part-time employed adults and unemployed adults looking for work
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: Restricted Access--A Survey of Employers About People with Disabilities and Lowering Barriers to Work (United States) [USRUTG2002-WORKTRENDS12]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Braun Research Incorporated, field dates: November 10-December 3, 2002, sample: Employers--Hiring or human resources executive from respondent business
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: Taking Stock of Retirement--How Workers and Employers Assess Pensions, Trust, and the Economy (United States) [USRUTG2002-WORKTRENDS11]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) at the University of Connecticut, field dates: March 22-April 27, 2002, sample: Workers--Full or part-time employed adults, unemployed adults looking for work and Employers--Hiring or human resources executive from respondent business
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: Standing on Shaky Ground--Employers Sharply Concerned in Aftermath of Recession and Terror (United States) [USRUTG2001-WORKTRENDS10]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) at the University of Connecticut, field dates: December 3-7, 2001, sample: Employers--Hiring or human resources executive from respondent business
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: A Workplace Divided--How Americans View Discrimination and Race on the Job (United States) [USRUTG2001-WORKTRENDS09]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) at the University of Connecticut, field dates: September 28-October 28, 2001, sample: Workers--Full or part-time employed adults, unemployed adults looking for work
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: Holding On--American Assess a Changing Economic Landscape (United States) [USRUTG2001-WORKTRENDS08]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) at the University of Connecticut, field dates: April 5-22, 2001, sample: Workers--Full or part-time employed adults, unemployed adults looking for work
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: Second Wind--Workers, Retirement, and Social Security (United States) [USRUTG2000-WORKTRENDS07]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) at the University of Connecticut, field dates: August 4-31, 2000, sample: Workers--Full or part-time employed adults, unemployed adults looking for work
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: Making the Grade?--What American Workers Think Should Be Done to Improve Education (United States) [USRUTG2000-WORKTRENDS06]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) at the University of Connecticut, field dates: May 10-29, 2000, sample: Workers--Full or part-time employed adults, unemployed adults looking for work
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

Work Trends Poll: Nothing but Net--American Workers and the Information Economy (United States) [USRUTG2000-WORKTRENDS05]
Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Conducted by Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) at the University of Connecticut, field dates: January 5-19, 2000, sample: Workers--Full or part-time employed adults, unemployed adults looking for work
Requires a membership
Requires a membership

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