Monday, 28 April 2014

RESULTS-POLL-1: TIER 1 CITIES VS OTHER CITIES FOR BETTER WORK-LIFE BALANCE IN INDIA


POLL QUESTION

CITIES OTHER THAN TIER-1 cities (Metros, B'lore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Pune and Surat) in India offer BETTER WORK-LIFE BALANCE for working professionals?

VOTING RESULT FOR THE POLL

Total Respondents = 56
Start Date for Voing on the Poll         17-Sep-12           
End Date for Voting on the Poll          27-Feb-13          
Website Used for running poll at this Blog - Polldaddy.com




A Few Points on the Poll:-

1.       The respondents were visitors to this blog who have chosen to take the Poll.

2.      The poll was visible right at the top in left-most corner of the blog. Therefore the poll was visible to the readers of any of the blog-post.

3.      The voter turnout for the Poll has been relatively low (only 56 persons chose to vote out of (approximately) a couple of thousand pageviews to the blog).

4.      Voting strongly favors that Cities NOT Among Tier-1 offer better Work-Life Balance to working professionals.

5.      However, the results may not be enough to consider it as a general trend. This is not only because the voter turnout is small, but also because people visiting this blog cannot be considered to be making a representative data for such a poll. At the best this result could be one of the supporting points to other evidences on the issue.
Your comments and suggestions are welcome.
Poll Conducted By,  
Santosh Behar
Neha Behar

An article at fourtheconomy.com suggest that small cities are becoming popular destination for investment in the USA

"Small towns are hot. They’re hip. They’re attracting investment. Am I crazy? Don’t think so and here’s why. Large urban centers and small towns have more in common than you may first think. Big cities are really a mosaic of small towns (neighborhoods) that share a common economic market. That is certainly true of Pittsburgh, my hometown, with more than 50 distinct and colorful neighborhoods comprising the whole. Some of these neighborhoods may be doing better than others no doubt, but by most accounts a growing love and resident attachment to them continues to grow."

Read More:-

(Article - 4 FACTORS INFLUENCING INVESTMENT CHOICES: THINK BIG, PLAN SMALL, TEAM UP)

http://fourtheconomy.com/4-key-factors-influencing-investment-choices-think-big-plan-small-team-up/ 


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