Parents often urge their children to get more education not
Parents often urge their children to get more education, not only for the increased income but to perhaps work less hard. In a survey asked a random sample of Canadians whether they work 11 or more hours a day 1 = No, 2 = Yes) and whether they completed high school only or completed post-secondary education. Can we infer that those with more education are less likely to work 11 hours or more per day?

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