This question (probably soon to be deleted) made me wonder what would be the right way to handle surveys like that:
I'm doing a worker interview for High School and I want to be a computer programmer.
What is your job title?
What is your work history?
What are the duties of a beginner?
Where is work available?
To me it feels like spam but checking the FAQ makes me doubt that it really qualifies. I find it somewhat difficult to state that questions like in above example advertise something:
A post should be marked as spam ONLY when it contains an unsolicited advertisement...
If there was a link to a survey off-site (like in most similar questions I've seen so far) I would easily flag it as spam. But this one didn't have link, it expected answers right there, on our site, making it hard to say what exactly is advertised. Or it would be correct to say something like asker advertises their survey?
Another option I considered was flagging for moderator attention. But I can't come up with compelling flag message that would justify mod involvement assuming that question can be closed with 3K users votes.
That leaves the only option to handle such questions - vote to close, correct? (At sites where I'm active such questions are blatant off-topic; maybe this is so network wide but I am not sure).