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- Arby Trary
January 16, 2005, 11:43 pm
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I'm helping design a simple consumer feedback form that will help profile
We want to have a <select> list for "occupation", perhaps breaking down into
a dozen or so categories that might cover the major employment fields.
Are there any examples of this type of <select> menu that I could download
on the net?
thanks for any hints...
Check the major employment websites for what they do.
I know that HotJobs, Careerbuilder, and Monster spend a considerable amount
of money on usability, so I can imagine that they have some pretty clear
dropdowns for occupation choices on their sites.
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It's not the coding for drop-down boxes that's the problem - it's the list
of major "occupations". Just wondering if there were any web resources that
might provide sample listings of commonly used drop-down features, ie,
country-names, state-names, any other multiple-choice arrays that might be