June 29th, 2016

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Data entry desk job survey

Poll #2048290 Data Entry Desk Job options

For the next few months, you are solely doing data entry full-time with nothing else in a windowless cubicle. After the data entry is done in a few months, you may do more interesting things. To get through this mindless slog, you:

Quit immediately.
3(2.1%)
Talk to your supervisor and ask for more work
7(5.0%)
Suck it up and work as quickly as possible to get it done
27(19.3%)
Work but half-ass it and take breaks (but don't count them on your timesheet)
12(8.6%)
Still half-ass it and take breaks but count your breaks on your timesheet
5(3.6%)
Love it! I love data entry!
12(8.6%)
Work as usual but try to spice up it up with podcasts and fill your life outside of work with hobbies, etc to keep you sane
51(36.4%)
Quit after you have found another job
20(14.3%)
Other
3(2.1%)

*For the "ask your supervisor for more work" option, this obviously sounds like the best option for many, but you should know that even though you can ask your supervisor for work, you are 90% sure that there is actually nothing else to do and you're pretty low on the office hierarchy to be given any responsbility. 

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For this question let's pretend you're single.

How would you react if someone you were facebook friends with, but not someone you actively hang out with/talk to, sent you a message asking you to attend a wedding with them? They're upfront about why they're asking you (they need someone to go to the wedding with who the bride and/or groom don't know) and we all know how awkward and trying weddings can be. Would you go with them?

What's your stance on attending a wedding where you really don't like one of the people that's getting married but their bride/groom is someone you care about? What if it's their second wedding? Does that factor in or no?