Tell us about your working life and win a stay at a Barceló Hotel
Monday 18 July 2011
It's a tough old economy out there at the moment - Europe's teetering, the public sector is wilting and the High Street is wobbling. In short, we live in interesting times. Here at The Independent, we want to get to the bottom of all this - and we'd like your help.
We want to hear about your working life, so we've prepared a short survey about your employment status and your opinions on the job market. There are thirteen questions, and your assistance would be invaluable. So much so, in fact, that for your trouble we'll enter you into a prize draw to win an overnight stay at a plush Barcelo Hotel somewhere in Britain. The survey is below.
One lucky respondent will win an overnight stay in one of 21 Barceló Hotels across Britain for two people. This prize is worth up to £227, and you'll have a great chance to explore a picturesque corner of the country.
The offer excludes 'Barceló The Lygon Arms' and 'Barceló Combe Grove Manor Hotel' and during August, 'Barceló Torquay Imperial Hotel' and 'Barceló Edinburgh Carlton Hotel'. Also excluding Bank Holidays, Christmas, Easter and Valentines Day. The prize is subject to room availability and is valid for 12 months from the date of issue.
The Independent's usual competition rules apply. Barceló Hotels conditions apply and can be found here. Prize offered by Barceló Hotels & Resorts, a company independent of Independent News and Media Plc.
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