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I performed an independent sample t-test for two variables. The independent variable is work type (full-time and

part-time), and the dependent variable is loyalty.

The null hypothesis is there is NO statistically significant difference between the mean levels of loyalty and the work type.

The alternative hypothesis is there IS a statistically significant difference between the mean levels of loyalty and the work type.  

QUESTION: The mean is 6.13 for full-time, and the mean for part-time is 5.23. The Sig. is 0.689 and the Sig. (2-tailed) is 0.000. So how would I word my conclusion? Would I reject the null? Does it show that full-time employees show more loyalty than part-time employees? etc.

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Reject the null hypothesis and conclude that there is... View the full answer

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