Over the past few years, calls for greater transparency and accountability in the natural and social sciences have intensified.
We conducted an online survey of self-employed workers and independent contractors in the U.S. to better understand their working conditions and employment policy preferences. The purpose of the survey was to identify which potential employment benefits are most valued by self-employed workers.
To better understand the role of pain and pain medication in the life of prime age men who are neither working nor looking for work, the Survey Research Center at Princeton University conducted a brief online survey of a sample of men age 25–54 using an Internet panel provided by Survey Sampling, Inc. (SSI).
This survey was designed to study the life circumstances and well-being of professional musicians and composers. The goal was to learn how different aspects of being a musician relate to overall well-being and life satisfaction. The survey was limited to people who earn most of their income as a musician or were working toward earning most of...
From March 30-31, the SRC conducted a survey of 2,409 people who earn income as online task workers. People who perform remote, computer-based tasks for services such as RapidWorkers, Samasource, and Amazon's Mechanical Turk often work for sub-minimal wages and have little or no recourse if online task employers decide not to pay them.