How do you feel about the economy? – NYT Survey

I have come across this interesting survey that NYT has posted on it’s website. All visitors to NYTimes.Com can type in a word or select some words that keep scrolling (based on previous user input I think) that they think best describes the current economic situation. The user can specify if  he/She is Employed or Unemployed or Neither.

These are some of the most popular words under each category selected by NYT readers:

Everyone:

  • Hopeful
  • Anxious
  • Optimistic
  • Cautious

Employed:

  • Hopeful
  • Powerless
  • Stressed
  • Anxious

Unemployed:

  • Hopeful
  • Anxious
  • Optimistic
  • Cautious

Interesting Idea. So, people are Anxious and Cautious but Optimistic and Hopeful too. If you’re interested, you can give it a shot here.

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About Venu Mallarapu

I am currently working as Associate Director at Cognizant Technology Services in their Life Sciences division. I have over 15 years of experience in developing IT Solutions and Services, specifically for Life Sciences industry for about 9 years. I have worked with small to large pharma customers to address various business requirements in R&D, Sales and Marketing areas. IT Service Management is one of my other passions. I blog and write about technology frequently and have also presented at various conferences and workshops on wide variety of topics in technology.

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