Friday, May 19, 2006


Introduction
My report presents the results of my survey. My survey is about the students' career choise. The first goal of my survey was to see if the students are sure that they are studying in the right program. And he other goal was to see why they chose this future work.

Methodology
My survey contains ten questions, the type of questions is to see if the student like their studying program, why they chose it, which factors influenced their choices, what their plans after school are, and their priorities (family, career, money...). The number of repondents was 24.

Results
First, there are a lot of respondents from North America, and the rest are from Europe. In my survey, I asked about the program that they were studying in, there were a lot of different answers like; basic course, cinema, administration, humain science. Later I asked them, how long they have been studying in this program, and the majority was equal: between 2 years and between 3 and 5 years. I also asked if they ever changed programs, and most of the respondents said no. The first reason why they chose this program was the interest, and the majority said that they want to work by themselves. A lot of people said that their 2 first priorities were the family and having fun, after it's education, the third priority was money, and the fourth was the career. Finally I asked them where they see themselves in ten years, and a lot responded, with their family or working and traveling.

Analysis
So there are a lot of respondents who chose their program by interest, and they never changed their mind about what they want to do later as a career. I don't see a lot of influence from the parents. To them, the family and having fun are both the best priority. There is one question that was not interpreted very well, the question was: ''Where do you see yourself in ten years?'' And the people answered having a beautiful girlfriend, or on an island, or old.

Conclusion
Doing this survey was very interesting because I learned about the priorities of the respondents. I learned why did they chose the program that they are studying in. And I was very surprised that most of the respondents said that they never changed program. The only thing that I would change is the last question, I should be more specific.

Monday, March 06, 2006

Program choices

Monday, February 27, 2006

Montreal


Montreal


Montreal is a big city, noisy and energetic. There is a lot of activities to do and a lot of

thing to see. The activity that I prefer personally is to go shopping on the Ste-Catherine

street, there is many stores for all taste and a lot of restaurants to go eat. It’s very

interesting. There’s also a lot of clubs on this street where you can go dancing at night. At

3 o’clock in the morning there’s a lot of people outside, it’s amazing it looks like nobody

never sleep. An other place in Montreal that I appreciate is the Vieux Montreal. There

you can walk beside the river, it’s calm and very romantic, sometimes there is bands who

are playing some good music. In this nice city, there’s so much thing to visit and to do but

I can’t talk about everything. Finally, if you want to make a nice trip one day, just come

in Montreal.