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Comparison of

Students With
or Without Jobs

EDT 180C Group #C8
Shelby Hemley, Erika McClinton, Katia
Sotelo

Gender

Age

Average
Mode
Median
Maximum
Minimum

Year in College

Grades

College

Employed

Hours of Employment

On/Off Campus

Comparing Males and Females

People with
a job
People
without a
job

Comparing Grades to Work

Comparing Academic Level to
On Campus Jobs

Conclusion
– More females have a job than their male peers
– People with a job are more likely to have higher grades (A or B
average)
– It cannot be assumed that people without jobs have worse
grades than their peers that do work