Assignment on Communication and Information Technology

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Running head: COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYCommunication and information technologyName of the studentName of the universityAuthor’s note
1COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYTable of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................2Descriptive Statistics.......................................................................................................................2Inferential Statistics.........................................................................................................................5Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................7References........................................................................................................................................8
2COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYIntroductionIn this assignment we have analysed the data on migrant labourers. Migrant labourersform a large part of the labour force. The labour force has different levels of education. Theywork in different businesses. There is also a difference in businesses organization. According toresearch done by Näre (2015) there is a significant relationship between gender and migrantworkers. Similarly, according to research done by Farris (2015) it is seen that female migrantlabourers are mostly employed in the reproduction sector. We in the present assignment studythe relation between migrant labourers and gender.Descriptive StatisticsDescriptive statistics are used to describe a data.GenderCount ofSexAverageTotal Wage (£)Average of Number of monthsworking on farmFemale418411.5410.05Male6111183.989.72GrandTotal10210069.579.85The above analysis shows that the number of male workers (61) is higher than thenumber of female (workers). In addition, the average wage of male workers (£11183.98) ishigher than females (£8411.54). However, the average number of months females are working(10.05) is more than males (9.72).Female40%Male60%Distribution of genderMigrantCountType of WorkCount
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