Welcome!

Welcome!

Once again, we are surveying women across Australia to get a better understanding of future career ambitions and what – if anything – might be getting in the way.

This will be our third iteration of this survey, and possibly our most important yet, given it will document the impact of COVID-19. 

This survey takes about 5 minutes to complete. Your responses are confidential, and they go a long way in helping us get the attention of politicians and employers in advocating for women. 

The survey is supported by AGSM, part of UNSW Business School in Sydney. 

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* 1. Which of the following best describes your current career ambitions over the next 24 months? Tick all that apply

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* 2. Which of the following, if any, do you think could hinder your career ambitions for the next 24 months? Tick all that apply

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* 3. How important have each of the following employment incentives been to you  at any point in your career?

  Not at all important Not really important Neither important or not Important Very important
Flexible work options
Paid parental leave
Paid carers leave
Leadership training courses
Mentoring and sponsorship programs
Visible female role models
A diverse workplace culture
Opportunities for employer-paid further tertiary education
Clear pathways for promotions

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* 4. Would you say that COVID-19 and its impact on work and home life has changed your ambitions for the next two years? 

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* 5. Have you taken a career break of three months or more for childcare commitments at any point in the past 10 years? (including in 2020/21)

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* 6. Do you believe you now have more options to work from home and access flexible working arrangements as a result of COVID-19? 

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* 7. Right now (and leaving aside any lockdown order you have or are experiencing) would you say you are spending more or less time on domestic and or/caring responsibilities than prior to COVID-19? Tick all that apply

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* 8. Would you say you are more or less optimistic about your career prospects now, than prior to the pandemic?

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