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For the past 10 years, employment patterns for recent business school graduates have been fairly constant. For example, within the first year after graduation, 23% of students found a job in their major area of study, 38% found a job in an area that was somewhat related to their major, 19% found a job in an unrelated field, and the remainder did not find or did not look for a job during the first year after graduation. In the latest study, a sample of 600 recent business school graduates was contacted. In the sample, 131 students reported finding a job in their major area of study, 235 found a job in an area that was somewhat related to their major, 124 found a job in an unrelated field, and 110 did not find or did not look for a job during the first year after graduation. Use a chi square “goodness of fit “test to determine whether current figures are inconsistent with those from the past 10 years. Set a significance level of .05.


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