For this assignment, you will use the six-step hypothesis testing process (noted below) to run and interpret a correlation analysis using SPSS. The following vignette will inform you of the context for this assignment. A data file is provided in the week’s resources for use in this assignment. Also review the section on Presentation of Statistical Results and Explaining Quantitative Findings in a Narrative Report in the NCU School of Business Best Practice Guide for Quantitative Research Design and Methods in Dissertations.
A manager is interested in better understanding job satisfaction by studying the associations between a number of variables. These variables are age, years of experience, level of education, employee engagement, job satisfaction, and job performance levels.
She thinks there is a relationship between job satisfaction and
She thinks that younger employees will perform at a higher level, on average.
Length: 4 to 6 pages not including title and reference page
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