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The ability’s scales have various scales such as the importance scale which indicate the degree of importance a descriptor or skill is to the occupation under consideration. The ratings on this scale usually run from "Not Important"
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(1) to "Extremely Important" (5). The level three section of the scale has various domains sch as skills, work activities et cetera. This usually shows the extend to which a descriptor is needed to be able to carryout a certain occupation. The relevance of the scale explains the pat of the jobs that incumbents rated the offered task as being relevant to their job. Furthermore, the frequency usually signifies the number of times a certain task crops up within a given period. The occupational interest usually covers the interest. The extent has a work value domain that indicates the extent to which the occupation is affected by a given item. Moreover, the context has a work context containing various context variables. The precision rule usually applied to an occupation that was not available. However, the relevance od a task is signified by is percent relevance, such that a task is relevance if I have a general percentage of equal to or greater than 67%. In addition, that, the mean importance of a task according to the analysis indicated to be 3.35 hence a task is important if its results equal or surpasses this value. In the tsk category, there are those tasks which are less relevant, or they are actually not that much important to the occupation, in such a case, therefore, they are rated at ≥67% and <3.35 or rated to be <67% assuming the mean importance. The statistical findings are obtained from SPSS and the tables show the various statistical findings.
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Coefficientsa Model Unstandardized Coefficients Standardized Coefficients t
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Sig. B Std. Error Beta
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1 (Constant) 1.009 .932 1.082 .294
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Abilities .836 .311 .536 2.691 .015
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a. Dependent Variable: Generalized Work Activities The data collected were analyzed by the SPSS and various output were obtained. In the table above, the coefficients of analysis are shown. In this regard, the Abilities were the
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