# The proportion of employees who are likely to stay in their jobs

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To test the claim above, a one sample t-test is employed Hypothesis H0: The mean number of hours worked across the industry is 48 per week Versus H1: The mean number of hours worked across the industry is less than 48 per week The test results were as shown below at 95% confidence interval One-Sample Test Test Value = 48 t df Sig. (2-tailed) Mean Difference 95% Confidence Interval of the Difference Lower Work hours -5.905 449 .000 -2.

## The proportion of employees who are likely to stay in their jobs

Added on 2021-05-31

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