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Unformatted text preview: Data Collection Paper 1 Data Collection Paper Data Collection Paper 2 Data Collection Paper After careful analysis of the data sets provided, the topic of choice that is imperative to research is the Wages of 2005 spreadsheet. There are three prime subjects of interest that define the influential components of the research process. With the extensive review of the literature that comes with the research process, data then becomes easier to understand. Sampling design allows for the definition of the population from which the samples originate from. There will be an elaboration on how the sample size is appropriate for given research topics. The identification of possible sources of bias or error that could occur when sampling on account to its validity and reliability is vital to understanding data researching. Data collection is the essence of data researching, and as such it must be displayed in both tabular and graphical formats. Overall, the purpose of this research process paper is to identify some primary data collection methods that could be used to collect data. The Minimum Wage Issues to Consider Review of Literature A new movement is growing throughout the United States: a movement for living wages. Minimum wages laws have been in existence in the U.S., since 1912. Over years there has been a debate over the impact of minimum wages in the U.S. A decline in wages has taken a toll on America given that the annual income of a minimum wage earner is still substantially below the poverty guidelines. Asking the question of whom and how an individual can benefit from an increase in wages would be the first step in resolving the many issues in America. Many people in society would benefit from a wage increase on a regular basis. in society would benefit from a wage increase on a regular basis....
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