Data Collection And Analysis: Jake's Cafeteria

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Data Collection & Analysis
Data Collection
Surveys were conducted in the Jake’s Cafeteria during the day to guarantee that all the participants were day time Vanier students. This also insured that a mix of students from different programs were included into the sample. Before filling out the questionnaire, every participant was asked if they were a full-time student or not. The date and time of the distribution of surveys was random. The surveys were given to 30 Vanier students, 15 males and 15 females. (Questionnaire found on page 6 & 7)
Two interviews were conducted. Both participants were males and full-time Vanier students. The students were chosen at the Jake’s Cafeteria as well, however, certain criteria had to be met to be eligible
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The first issue was that a student got offended because the option “Other” was not provided in the question asking what the student’s gender is. And the second was that students were not able to follow proper instructions when filling out the survey. Some questions weren’t answered at all and some students filled out questions they weren’t supposed to. Besides a few incompetent participants, the rest of the surveys went smoothly.
The interviews went really well. Both interviewees were very open about the situations they were in, and gave sufficient information regarding the research being
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The average R-Score for women who work to provide for their living expense is 26 as appose to an R-Score of 27.54 for the ones who spend on personal goods or those who just want extra cash.
The average R-Score for both sexes is 27.285. The average R-Score for students working more than 20 hours a week is 26.875, and for those working more than 15 hours a week is 27.084.
According to the surveys, 50% of the Vanier population believe working and going to school is a hard task to maintain, 33% say it’s an average task to maintain and 17% say it is easy to maintain both tasks. For non-workers, 100% of them answered “I have no opinion” or “I Agree” to the question asking if they believe working has a negative impact on their grades. However, 56% of them believe it’s a valuable experience to work while being in school. For working students, 71% said that working during the semester has a negative impact on their grades but 62% agreed that working while in school is a valuable

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