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Executive Salary Age Gender Education Promotions Pay 1 87 54 Male Associates 1 Low 2 105 63 Male Masters 5 High 3 80 42 Male Bachelors 1 Low 4 91 53 Female Bachelors 3 High 5 71 39 Female Bachelors 1 Low 6 60 38 Female Associates 1 Low 7 62 43 Female Associates 1 Low 8 83 59 Female Associates 0 Low 9 79 49 Female Bachelors 2 Low 10 84 62 Male Associates 1 Low 11 110 68 Male Masters 3 High 12 99 68 Male Bachelors 2 High 13 89 47 Female Masters 3 Low 14 109 71 Male Masters 4 High 15 73 48 Female Associates 2 Low 16 74 54 Female Associates 0 Low 17 100 71 Male Masters 4 High 18 67 44 Female Associates 2 Low 19 98 59 Male Bachelors 5 High 20 79 54 Female Bachelors 3 Low 21 67 48 Female Associates 1 Low 22 93 65 Male Masters 3 High 23 97 56 Female Bachelors 4 High 24 92 48 Female Masters 3 High 25 90 70 Male Associates 1 High 26 85 43 Male Bachelors 3 Low 27 71 36 Female Associates 0 Low 28 82 50 Female Bachelors 3 Low 29 83 56 Male Bachelors 1 Low 30 100 60 Male Masters 3 High 31 77 42 Female
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course HIST 349 taught by Professor Robbinson during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Adirondack.

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