Wisconsin contracts with private organizations to operate its job placement
Wisconsin contracts with private organizations to operate its job placement program. The state needs to evaluate the quality of the program offered by one of its vendors, the Beaver Dam Job Placement Center. One hundred unemployed individuals are selected at random. Sixty of these are run through the Beaver Dam program; the others serve as a control group. Sixty percent of the Beaver Dam program group gets jobs; the average salary of those jobs is $ 29,847 (with a standard deviation of $ 1,800). Of the control group, 30% get jobs; the average salary of those jobs is $ 27,567 (standard deviation $ 3,600). This program can be evaluated by two different criteria. Perform the calculations for both criteria, and present your conclusions.
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