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Research Strategy 1 Research Strategy Nicole Nawrocki University of Phoenix GEN/200 8/2/2010 Charlotte Goudeau Research Strategy
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Research Strategy 2 If there is one issue I need to research that is a constant problem it is daycare for my children. I currently work part time and my husband works full time, the kids are out of schools for the summer and I have a friend who currently helps me out however, she will be returning to class this fall. I usually arrive at home by 1:30pm and my husband is ready to walk out the door to work. Our problem is going to get increasingly frustrating because my employer has asked if I can extend my hours for the fall and winter as we are seeing an increasing amount of work. The children once school starts do not arrive at home until three with the exception of my baby which makes it a little easier but if I am going to extend my hours I need arrangements in place for my baby who has not started school yet. I need to use the phone and internet to start gathering information on all the daycares,
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2010 for the course GEN GEN 200 taught by Professor Davis during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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