In some companies, an aging workforce is already a palpable concern (Interview, Interviewee
R, 5 October 2012).
from the East Coast similarly cited the environmental benefits of public transportation as a way to account for the value of public subsidies for transit: one way to justify continuing subsidies for transit agencies which rarely provide all of their own operational or capital expenses is to consider the value of the transit agency through the lens of general clean air measures and legislation.
About 77 percent of male interviewees
and 63 percent of female interviewees
said their parents had arranged blind dates for them, and 14 percent of male interviewees
and nine percent of female interviewees
had been arranged more than 10 blind dates, according to the report.
10 said, "One of the first things I looked at was reputation." She compared two experiences at two different facilities where she had completed clinical experiences, saying about one facility, "...
We recruited the first wave of interviewees
through our own separate networks, and we also enlisted the assistance of a market research company that specializes in recruiting focus group participants.
or when somebody has no skidoos we share it [muskox meat]" (Elder, Interviewee
26) and then, "the meat you buy at the store here is pretty expensive.
In order to protect the interviewees
' identities, we have chosen to classify the selected interview excerpts by using increasing numbers according to three levels of care: Primary (doctor--1, doctor--2, nurse--3, social worker--4, administrative assistant--5, and administrative assistant--6); Secondary (doctor--7, social worker 8, nurse--9, nurse--10, nurse--11, administrative assistant--12, pharmacist--13, and doctor--14); and Tertiary (doctor--15, nurse--16, social worker--17, doctor 1 8, and social worker--19).
Evaluation is not completed with one question: several follow-up questions are asked based on how the interview situation unfolds, naturally revealing the interviewee
's ability to deal with spontaneous or complex situations.
This rude, arrogant, selfopinionated man should never be put in the position again where he is given carte-blanche to verbally abuse interviewees
Dr Awan cited rehabilitation programmes in Denmark that have been "successful in terms of policing and making sure returnee fighters are looking for jobs and contributing towards society".
It is important to note in both styles that interview footage is invariably edited to suit the filmmaker's, not the interviewee
's, narrative requirements.