the advantages even though it has disadvantages such as menu syntax and

The advantages even though it has disadvantages such

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the advantages even though ,it has disadvantages such as menu, syntax and terminology differ across applications, much more functionality than one typically requires, and lag between new versions and existing documentation, therefore the advantages overweighs the dis advantages hence the choice and the following are the advantages of SPSS. o It reduce/eliminate errors in calculation o It helps in data management such as add variables and observations, recode variables and among others. o Its graphic utilities o It is faster, more efficient
26 o It allows multiple users to work with the same data file. 4.2.1 Gender of Respondent The study had both gender represented in varying proportions as shown in Table 4.1 below. Table 4.2 Demographic Sex of Respondents Sex Frequency Percent Valid Percent Cumulative Percent Valid Male 21 60.0 60.0 60.0 Female 14 40.0 40.0 100.0 Total 35 100.0 100.0 Source: Primary Data (2016) From Table 4.1, it was found out that 60% (21/35) of the respondents were males while 40% (14/35) of them were females. This indicates a ratio of 1:2 that female to male are less in this study. Therefore, from the observation on the ground , it shows that the organization has many of the males people . 4.2.2 Age of Respondent The study had Age represented in varying proportions as shown in Table 4.2 below Table 4.3 Demographic Age of Respondent Age Frequency Percent Valid Percent Cumulative Percent Valid 20-30 20 57.1 57.1 57.1 31-40 8 22.9 22.9 80.0 41-50 3 8.6 8.6 88.6 Above 50 4 11.4 11.4 100.0 Total 35 100.0 100.0
27 Source: Primary Data (2016) From Table 4.2, it found out that most of the people were aged between 20-30 years old as represented with the frequency of 20 and the percentage of (57.1%) and followed by ages between 31-40 with the frequency of 8 and the percentage of (22.9%), then above 50 years old with the frequency of 4 with the percentage of 11.4% and the age of 41-50 was the least with the frequency of 3 with 8.6%. this indicates that majority of the people are at the age bracket of 20-30 years. This therefore indicates that majority of the people were in their youthful stage 4.2.3 QUALIFICATION The study had qualifications represented in varying proportions as shown in Table 4.3 below. Table 4.4 Demographic Qualifications of Respondents Frequency Percent Valid Percent Cumulative Percent Valid Certificate 3 8.6 8.8 8.8 Diploma 1 2.9 2.9 11.8 Degree 24 68.6 70.6 82.4 Masters 5 14.3 14.7 97.1 PHD 1 2.9 2.9 100.0 Total 34 97.1 100.0 Missing System 1 2.9 Total 35 100.0 Source: Primary Data (2016) From Table 4.3, it was seen that majority of the people are Degree holders where its frequency is high with the 24 which is indicated with the percentage of 68.6%, followed by masters with the frequency of 5 with the percentage of 14.3%, then certificates with the
28 percentage of 8.6%(3) with only 1 to 1 respondents with Diploma and PHD, where one respondent with missing system failed/ refused to reveal the qualifications in research. in conclusion, it is shown that most people in the case are degree holders compared to other qualifications as seen in the table. This indicates that majority of the people were Degree holders and it was shown by the percentage above in the table 4.3 4.2.4

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