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    Job Satisfaction Survey and ANOVA Analysis

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    Article: Job Satisfaction of University Teachers: An Empirical Study by R.D. Sharma and Jeevan Jyoti. Journal of Services Research, Volume 9, NUmber 2 (October 2009 - March 2010).

    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 summary of the research article. Include a hypothesis null and hypothesis alternate statement for an ANOVA process. Identify a data set that can be used for your ANOVA process. If your article does not include a data set that can be used for an ANOVA process, be sure to either create one that is comprised of at least 25 data points or state that you will be using the AIU dataset values for this process. Ensure that this write up is formatted using APA rules. Use a title-page, 12-point font in Times New Roman, double spacing, in-text citations and a reference page. (Tables that include the results of ANOVA processes are not data sets.)

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    Solution Summary

    This solution includes a summary of the article, the null and alternative hypotheses, the level of significance, test value, F-statistic, and the results of the hypothesis test.