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I have developed a six point likert scale to measure job satisfaction. I have collected the questionnaires.Which statistical techniques can I use in this case?Does anyone have excel files which has this analysis?
Thank you for the query. How many questionnaires have you got? Why have you conducted the survey? If you are a student, which course are you doing, where and in what mode?
What are the objectives of the study? Have you any hypotheses to prove?
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A retired academic in the UK

I have received ten responses, i am doing a course in human resources. objective of the study is to provide solution to the organisation problem using statistical techniques. Hypothesis - job stress leads to job dissatisfaction
With 10 responses you cannot apply any statistical tests. You need a min of 30. You can only display the responses in the form of a table. Even undergraduates are expected to do better than that.
NO. Not for statistical tests.
Please refer to some book on statistics or 7.1.4. What are confidence intervals? and
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