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ProblemSet6-Assignment - The Excel spreadsheets for the pie...

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COMM 180 Problem Set 6 Top Executives - Analysis Due: October 4, 2007 Go to toolkit and download the corporate executives’ statistics spreadsheet that includes the data from the entire class. Calculate the following statistics based on the class data for corporate executives: 1. Number of Male executives 2. Number of Female executives 3. Number of minority (non-Caucasian) executives 4. Number of Caucasian executives 5. Percentage of executives with an MBA 6. Number of executives who graduated from an Ivy League school for undergraduate studies 7. Average years of experience within the company 8. Average total compensation Pie Charts: Using Excel, create Pie Charts that illustrate the following data: 1. Male executives vs. female executives 2. The racial diversity of executives (minorities) 3. Highest level of educational degree (high school, undergraduate, graduate) 4. Ivy league undergraduates vs. non-Ivy league undergraduates
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Unformatted text preview: The Excel spreadsheets for the pie charts should look like this: Male Executives ### (total number of Men) Female Executives ### (total number of Females) Caucasian ### (total number of Caucasians) Hispanic ### (total number of Hispanics) African American ### (total number of African Americans) Asian ### (total number of Asians) Native American ### (total number of Native Americans) Other ### (total number of Others) High School ### (total number with high school as highest degree) Undergraduate ### (total number with undergraduate school as highest degree) Graduate ### (total number with graduate school as highest degree) Ivy League ### (total number who attended for undergraduate) Non-Ivy League ### (total number who didn’t attend for undergraduate) Problem Set 6 - Assignment...
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• Spring '05
• Achinson
• Native Americans in the United States, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree, Postgraduate education, Undergraduate education, Caucasian Hispanic African American Asian Native American Other High School Undergraduate Graduate Ivy League

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