Team+memo - To From Undisclosed Recipients Research Project...

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To: Undisclosed Recipients From: Research Project Manager Date: February 5, 2011 Re: Final Conclusions Message: The initial statement was “does education have an impact on one’s wage earnings?” In accordance with the statistical information taken from the research that has been conducted, the evidence will show that acquiring an education increases the percentage of a person’s wages compared to someone without an education. When making decisions the business person likes to have the facts. The confidence interval is the guarantee based on the factual facts showing that the probability is smaller on the wage increasing or decreasing drastically. Within the world of finance that the wages is the one liability that affects each company, and is the largest expensive asset. This research gathered enough information about wages and education that it is safe to say that with a greater education comes higher wages. The people used in this research showed just how well education pays off. Looking at our statistics acquired, the sample mean for males who did not
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