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Quantitative Research on Job Markets

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As a researcher, the mastery of creating well-written and measurable hypotheses, problem statements, and research questions is critical. A grant or project proposal is often won or lost based on the strength of a researcher's skill in this area. This Discussion Board will give you an opportunity to improve your technique while peer reviewing your classmates' proposals. Using the topic from your Unit 1 DB post, select 1 data-collection idea, and write the following:

A quantitative hypothesis and a null hypothesis

Explain why you feel this is an important topic to investigate and why a quantitative method would be appropriate.
A qualitative research question with 3 guiding questions

Explain why you feel this is an important topic to investigate and why a qualitative method would be appropriate.
A summary of ethical responsibilities that align with the selected topic and method

Include three peer review sources.

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Research Topic you provided from Unit 1 DB post: Rising home costs hamper work enlistment in Orange California.

Data-Collection Methods: Census, Sample survey, Experiment or Observational study. (choose one)

A quantitative hypothesis and a null hypothesis: A quantitative research study involves samples and populations and rely heavily on numerical data statistical analysis. A null hypothesis is a prediction the researcher hopes to reject at the conclusion of the study.

Quantitative Hypothesis: It is very expensive to live in California and the rising home cost has had a major affect on the job market.

Null Hypothesis: Orange California job market will not be affected by the rising home cost.

Explain why you feel this is an important topic to investigate and why a quantitative method would be ...

Solution Summary

The rising housing cost in California is effecting the job market is analyzed.

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