Regression Paper_Team B

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Running Head: REGRESSION PAPER Regression Paper Michelle Abud, Cari Bentsen, Joesph Bogucki, Kathy Shawn Malin, Angela Parker, Trevor Scott, Allison Hoffstead-Williams University of Phoenix RES/342 March 28, 2011 Jeff Greene 1
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Running Head: REGRESSION PAPER Introduction This fourth paper is the final installment in a series geared toward providing statistical analyses in a number of areas. Team B intends to identify as well as quantify several factors that determine the wage disparities among Hispanics in the labor market. Preliminary analyses of the data suggests variations in wages attributed to educational attainment, language barrier, age, race, occupation, and experience are among a number of other underlying factors in this regard. This study pays particular attention to the statistical impact of simultaneous influences of key variables of interest on the earnings of Hispanics specifically: age, race, and education. A correlation between higher education levels and higher earnings is often drawn. Realistically, without carefully focusing on other aggregated factors such as age and race, quantification of the impact of education upon wages is likely
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This note was uploaded on 06/24/2011 for the course RES 342 taught by Professor Carey during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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