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Top Rated Jobs 2014
This data is gathered from careercast.com and is available in it's original form at the source listed above. The dataset originally was created by Keisha Brown from Georgia Perimeter College.

ColumnDescription
Ranking Ranking from 0 to 200 based on the combined “Overall Rating”
JobTitle for the job.
Median Annual IncomeBased on Bureau of Labor Statistics
Overall RatingCombined rating based on income, stress, hiring outlook, and work environment. The lower the rating the better rated the job.
Stress RatingA rating from 1 to 200 estimating the overall stress level from the job. This essentially is a ranking with 1 being the least stressful job and 200 being the most stressful job.
Hiring Outlook Rating A rating from 1 to 200 estimating the overall stress level from the job. This essentially is a ranking with 1 being the best hiring outlook and 200 being the worst hiring outlook.
Work Environment Rating A rating from 1 to 200 estimating the overall stress level from the job. This essentially is a ranking with 1 being the best work environment and 200 being the worst work environment.
statcrunchhelpMar 14, 20169KB2984
Data from an Introductory Statistics Class
Students in an introductory statistics class were asked to fill out a data sheet, creating the following variables. Height -- height of the student measured in inches; Gender -- student's gender (male or female); Shoes -- the number of pairs of shoes that the student owns; Number -- the student was asked to choose a number between 1 and 10; Dvds -- the student was asked how many DVD's did he or she own; ToSleep -- time (to the nearest half hour) did you go to bed last night? (this was converted to the number of hours past midnight); WakeUp -- -- time (to the nearest half hour) did you wake up this morning? (this was converted to the number of hours past midnight); NOTE: One can complete the hours of sleep by the computation HoursSleep = WakeUp - ToSleep; Haircut -- answer to "How much did you spend on your last haircut (including the tip)?"; Job -- answer to "How many hours do you plan to work on a job per week this semester?; Drink -- answer to "For an evening meal, do you prefer water, soda (pop), milk?" This was recorded as water, soda, pop, or blank.; SleeplessInSeattle -- the student was asked to rate the movie "Sleepless in Seattle" on a scale from 1 to 10. The answer is blank if he or she did not see the movie.; Pirates -- the student was asked to rate the movie "Pirates of the Caribbean" on a scale from 1 to 10. The answer is blank if he or she did not see the movie.
bayesballApr 13, 200867KB6593
Economics and Policy.xls
Growth RGDP: RGDP is real gross domestic product. The growth in real gross domestic product is the common measure of a country's economic health. Unemployment Rate: The number of unemployed people divided by the number of people in the labor force. The labor force includes only those who have a job or who are seeking a job. Employment Rate: The number of employed people divided by the working age population. The working age population includes all people from age 15 to 64, regardless of whether or not they are in the labor force. Federal Revenue per GDP: The total amount of money the Federal government receives expressed as a fraction of the size of the economy (GDP). Federal Spending per GDP: The total amount of money the Federal government spends expressed as a fraction of the size of the economy (GDP). Federal Debt per GDP: The total Federal debt expressed as a fraction of the size of the economy (GDP). Here, Federal debt includes both public debt outstanding (money the Federal government has borrowed from people, companies, and foreign governments) and intergovernmental debt (money the Federal government has borrowed from the Social Security trust fund). Top Federal Income Tax Rate: The Federal income tax rate paid by those in the highest tax bracket. Recession: This variable is 1 if the country was in recession in the indicated year and 0 otherwise. Democratic President: This variable is 1 if the President was a Democrat, 0 if the President was a Republican. Seats in House Held by Democrats: The number of Democrats in the House of Representative as a fraction of the total number of Representatives. Due to a small number of independents, the fraction of seats held by Republicans is approximately (but not exactly) one minus the fraction of seats held by Democrats. Seats in Senate Held by Democrats: The number of Democrats in the Senate as a fraction of the total number of Senators. Due to a small number of independents, the fraction of seats held by Republicans is approximately (but not exactly) one minus the fraction of seats held by Democrats. War: This variable is 1 if the country was at war, 0 otherwise.
adaviesNov 2, 20108KB1496
US Workforce Participation
This data primarily comes from two sources: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and the US Bureau of Labor Statistics .
ColumnDescription
YearThe calendar year for each value
Annual Average Workforce ParticipationDefined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics as "the percentage of the population [16 years and older] that is either employed or unemployed (that is, either working or actively seeking work). Note that 2015's Annual Average is calculated using the first 11 months."
Male Workforce Participation RateAnnual workforce participation rate for males.
Female Workforce Participation RateAnnual workforce participation rate for females.
Male Inactivity Rate Aged 25-54Defined as the proportion of the male population aged 25-54 that is not in the labour force. Common reasons for leaving labour force: college, retirement, stay at home, can't find work and no longer try.
Change in Rate (Male Inactivity Rate Aged 25-54)The change in the inactivity rate calculated as the current year minus the previous year.
Female Inactivity Rate Aged 25-54Defined as the proportion of the female population aged 25-54 that is not in the labour force.
Change in Rate (Female Inactivity Rate Aged 25-54)The change in the inactivity rate calculated as the current year minus the previous year.
Presidential ControlPolitical party of president.
Senate ControlPolitical party of the Senate majority
House ControlPolitical party of the House of Representatives majority.
Legislative Branch (House and Senate)Combined control of Senate and House of Representativs
statcrunchhelpJan 7, 201610KB787
President Obama Approval Ratings
This data set was collected via a survey on the StatCrunch site conducted between July 1st and July 22nd (2009). The variables in the data set are Performance (rating on a scale from 1 to 100 of President Obama's job performance), Approve (respondent approves of President Obama's job performance), Party (political party that the respondent most identifies with) and Better (Is President Obama doing a better job than former President Bush?).
websterwestJul 23, 20095KB746
MTH 157 Project
Previous studies have shown that urban bus drivers have an extremely stressful job, and a large proportion of drivers retire prematurely with disabilities due to occupational stress. These stresses come from a combination of physical and social sources such as traffic congestion, incessant time pressure, and unruly passengers. In the paper, “Hassles on the Job: A Study of a Job Intervention with Urban Bus Drivers” (Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 20, pp. 199 – 208), G. Evans et al. examined the effects of an intervention program to improve the conditions of urban bus drivers. Among other variables, the researchers monitored diastolic blood pressure of bus drivers in downtown Stockholm, Sweden. The data, in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg), are based on the blood pressures obtained prior to intervention for the 41 bus drivers in the study.
apr2575Dec 15, 2014150B784
Job Satisfication
Job Satisfaction. The sources are found from Gallaudet's website (https://www.gallaudet.edu/office_of_academic_quality/institutional_research/alumni_survey.html).
susannahenderson1Feb 4, 2014165B545
Responses to Minimum Wage Survey
Respondents were asked what consider to be a fair federal minimum wage (Wage), whether or not they currently have a job (Job), their sex (Sex), and their age (Age).
scsurveyJul 7, 2017106KB342
Companies Cutting Most Jobs 2013
This dataset comes from a Yahoo finance article from October 9th, 2013. The dataset originally was created by Keisha Brown from Georgia Perimeter College.
statcrunchhelpMar 14, 2016540B342
Obama and the U.S. Economy
I went around my community college and asked 50 male students "Is President Obama doing a good job of addressing the problems with the U.S. Economy?" I gave them a choice of Yes, No or Unsure. I also asked for their age just to have a little more data.
dmcmillan86Apr 17, 2012388B297
Job Source
A study was conducted to determine how people get jobs. Four hundred subjects were randomly selected and the results are listed below.
smcdanie%scFeb 1, 2008125B280
Survey Is Your Commute Worth it.xlsx
My data sets for descriptive report of statistics collected for my statistics class on daily commute vs dream job offer.
kim.perrySep 20, 20152KB131
Responses to Job Satisfaction- Extreme Outliers Removed
Samples with extreme outliers that appear to be errors in data entry from respondents that will skew data.
matthew.macleodMay 29, 20181KB103
Metro Area Construction and Employment
Metro Area Construction and Employment NAR measured the amount of new home construction relative to the number of newly employed workers in 146 metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) throughout the U.S. to determine whether home building has kept up with the steadily improving pace of job growth in the past three years. The findings reveal that home building activity for all housing types is under performing in roughly two-thirds of measured metro areas.
annamartiradonna15May 28, 20192KB11
Wonderlic Scores, Offensive Tackles and Quarterbacks
Almost all players eligible for the NFL draft take the Wonderlic test as part of their evaluation. The Wonderlic test is a 12-minute 50-question test given each year to millions of job applicants in all professions. A score of 20 represents (approximately) an average IQ of 100.
treilandApr 7, 2014352B141

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