Homework Assighment 2: Group Differences

Start with a COPY (not the original) of your Assignment 1 spreadsheet.  Right click on the tab label forthe chart and delete the whole tab.  Delete the analysis columns to the right of the dfata you've done for Assignment 1.

If you have not already done so, add the column for College Grad? using the Excel  =IF function, following the guideliones of http://sofia.whalen3.org/07HW/06key1formula.pdf

Delete all the columns except for JOBSAT, EDUCAT, and  College Grad?

Use Insert column to add two new columns right next to the JOBSAT column;  label one of them Grad-Sat and the other won NoGradSat.

Sort your entire data area byt College Grad? descending, copy the JOBSAAT for all the college grads into the column labeled
Grad-Sat, and copy the JOBSAAT for all the people who are not college grads into the column labeled NoGradSat.

Select, tools, data analysis, descriptive statistics and run summary statistics on JOBSAT, Grad-Sat and NoGradSat, in cluding  a "confidence level for mean" of 90%

Also follow the instructions in http://sofia.whalen3.org/Hypothesis.html  to test whether the mean JOBSAT of employes who have graduated from college is different from the mean JOBSAT  of employees who have not.
Click here to see what your spreadsheet should look like

Attach the spreadsheet of an email addressed to oochitel [at] whalen3 [dot] org.
The subject line of your email must be the three characters HW2 followed by one space and your name.
PLEASE do not use a different subject line; it interferes with the emails going where they need to go to receive credit!
Do not combine multiple assignments into the same email.

In the ***BODY*** of  the email (NOT a Word or Excel attachment!) answer the following questions:

1.  Can we be 95% confident that the average job satisfaction of all employees (including those not in this sample) is below 60?  What one specific number did you compare with 60 to answer this?

2. 
Can we be 95% confident that the average job satisfaction of all employees (including those not in this sample) who graduated from college is below 60?  What one specific number did you compare with 60 to answer this?

3. Can we be 95% confident that the average job satisfaction of all employees (including those not in this sample) who did not graduat from college is below 60?  What one specific number did you compare with 60 to answer this?

4.  Can we be 90% confident that the average job satisfaction of all employees (including those not in this sample) who graduated from college is different from that of employees who dod not?  What two specific numbers did you compare to answer this?

Note: You needed a lot of numbers to answer these questions; please give me ONLY the numbers in the VERY LAST STEP.  You will lose points for including any other numbers.