2007 DocSIG Who Went Where Survey
The Doctoral SIG of the American Marketing Association invites recently hired marketing doctoral candidates and graduates to participate in a job search survey
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Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2007 12:58:28 -0400
From: "Annie Cui" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It is once again time to conduct the Annual DocSIG "Who Went Where" Survey at
As you probably know, DocSIG is the Doctoral Student Special Interest Group under the American Marketing Association’s academic division. Every year, DocSIG conducts the "Who Went Where" Survey, which asks recently hired doctoral candidates and graduates in the marketing discipline to provide information about their job search. While the survey’s goal in its initial years was to inform fellow candidates about the placement of their peers, the survey has grown to provide critical information about job placement and the job search process. It is now considered a benchmark for our field.
For many marketing doctoral students, the job search and hiring experience is a mysterious one. While there will always be many "unknowns," the "Who Went Where" Survey sheds some light on the process, allowing students to rely on the "facts" as opposed to only anecdotal information. How many letters should I send out? Should I have data before going to the market? The survey is designed to help future marketing doctoral candidates answer questions like these.
Thus, we strongly encourage ALL MARKETING DOCTORAL CANDIDATES OR GRADUATES WHO HAVE BEEN HIRED FOR THE 2007 ACADEMIC YEAR to participate in this year’s survey. EVERYONE’S input is valued. Widespread participation will help ensure a representative sample and results that are non-biased. The deadline to complete the online survey is May 1st. The survey results will be posted on DocSIG’s website by May 15th.
If you know a recently hired candidate/graduate in marketing that may not subscribe to the DocSIG listserv, we encourage you to forward this message to him/her.
Except for a respondent’s name and the institutions with which he/she is associated, all answers will be COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL and will be reported in aggregate only.
This web survey has been designed to take only about 15 minutes. Simply click on the following link to begin:
This year DocSIG is working on another project to help Ph.D. students nearing the job market stage. We would greatly appreciate your help with this project. You have spent hours collecting school contact and identification for many schools. Wouldn’t it have been much easier to utilize a single source that gives all colleges and universities’ information, specific to marketing department? We at DocSIG are attempting to build such a source, but we need your help. Please forward your Excel spreadsheet or mail merge used in YOUR job search. The information we are looking for include, department head name and email, physical address, details about the school, etc. Please send the attachment in an email to email@example.com with the word "JOBS" in the subject line.
Congratulations for all you’ve accomplished thus far, and thank you very much for supporting DocSIG!
VP of Research, DocSIG
Kent State University