An informational interview consists of a list of questions that are posed to a presumed authority, by a student, regarding the status of one’s industry and future employment or business prospects. To save myself some effort since I get requests for these, I thought I’d post the answers to the questions with the idea it might be helpful to others.…
Recapping: the purpose of the survey was to get an idea of how willing people are to throw good money after bad and that cost shouldn’t have mattered. It was a metaphor. If the survey failed to prove this it’s because it was flawed or data didn’t support the hypothesis.…
Thanks for your participation. There were 265 responses with everyone answering every question. That’s helpful. Below are the results from yesterday’s entry followed by discussion.
1. Whether one would try another purchase with quarters:
2. Whether one would try another purchase with a dollar bill: