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# DATA GENERATION EXERCISE 2\

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You job is to load in the Canadian Occupational Prestige Data found from this website:\

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Alternatively, if you have another dataset you are interested in using, you may explore that dataset. \

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1. Summarize the data--how many variables are there? how many cases?\

2. Look at subsets of the data \

3. Recode a variable in a meaningful way\

4. Rename one of the variables. \

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Here a few questions you should be able to answer. In addition to providing the answer, be able to show the code you used to arrive at the answer. \

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1. How many occupations are listed in the dataset?\

2. Are there any duplicate census codes?\

3. Which occupation has the highest percentage of women?\

4. Which 10 occupations have the highest average level of education?\

5. How many "types" of occupations are there?\

6. Which occupations, on average, seem to require at least a high school degree (13 years of school)?\

7. Which blue collar jobs pay over $8,000?\

8. What is the mean prestige level?}