In November, the company commissioned researchers Pure Profile to interview 1257 Australian adults about their careers. It found 51 per cent of people believed they were in the right career, while 22 per cent said they were not; the remaining 27 per cent were not sure. Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/national/changes-afoot-as-only-half-are-happy-in-their-line-of-work-20130113-2cnmy.html#ixzz2I0G2XBtO
An NRMA Insurance survey of more than 350 NSW parents and carers by Pure Profile Research in March 2011 found one in four parents put children aged four to seven years in a seatbelt rather than a booster seat. Buckle up: Fairfield local area command's crime prevention officer Constable Ece Hasan will launch the kids travel safe project on December 18. Picture: Wesley Lonergan
Canon Admin Study - some 48% of the 1005 respondents to the Canon-sponsored Automate My Admin survey, conducted by PureProfile in September 2012, said they had seen their administrative workload increase over the past 12 months, and 39% expect it to grow even further through 2013.
The survey, conducted in May 2012, sampling 1008 men and women aged between 25-45 commissioned by the new online personal loan product Umi and conducted by Pure Profile found that despite men thinking they’re the more patient sex (74 per cent of men describe themselves as patient, compared to 70 per cent of women), women are actually the happiest to wait for the things they want.
A recent survey (The survey of 1,000 UK and 500 Australian office workers was carried out by OnePoll in February 2012 and by Pure Profile in Australia in November 2011) of workers in Australia and UK found that nearly half of today's employees use a smartphone or mobile in the work place.
Market researcher Pure Profile conducted a survey for Personalised Plates Queensland looking at shopper profiles in the North West and two thirds of people surveyed said they found Christmas shopping stressful. SHOPPING FOR TOYS: Tania Donovan and son Clancy, 3, beat the Christmas rush. - Picture: JASMINE BARBER/1077
Pure Profile conducted a survey of 1250 Australians on behalf of McDonald's and found that 55 per cent preferred Macca's as their favourite brand of "Australianism'' ahead of Woolies (Woolworths), DJs (David Jones) and Vegie (Vegemite).