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    The article you choose should include the terms Job Satisfaction AND ANOVA, or Job Satisfaction AND One-Way ANOVA.

    Research the topic of Job Satisfaction using the Business Source Premier Database (EBSCO) and/or the ABI Inform Global database in the Library using the instructions linked here.
    Provide a 1 page write-up of the research highlighting where statistical analysis is being used and why it's used.

    The article you choose is to be used as the framework for setting up the hypotheses. The ANOVA will need to be carried out using "raw" data (basic data which have not been manipulated). If raw data is not included with the article, then you can create the data, or use proxy data such as appropriate data from the AIU dataset for doing the ANOVA analysis.

    Consequently, your final result and conclusions may differ from those in the article. The important aim of the exercise is to be able to demonstrate the ability to set up and carry out an ANOVA comparing the means of three or more groups of data. Remember to also ensure that you begin by stating the null and alternative hypotheses. State your significance level, your two degrees of freedom values, and your critical F value. Your final answer should point out if you are rejecting or failing to reject the null and why. Please show as much work as possible.

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    This solution has a Word document containing a sample set of data and step by step instructions with explanations for performing a One-way ANOVA. The explanations include the assumptions necessary for the ANOVA to be valid, the null and alternative hypotheses, how to calculate the test statistic and critical value, and how to reach the proper conclusion.