Employee’s Performance: DATA ANALYSIS(2)

DATA ANALYSIS(2)

Only 9.3 percent of the respondents had education at secondary level, while about one-fifth i.e., 20.6 percent of them had higher secondary level of education and a major proportion i.e., 41.2 percent of them were graduate. About one-fourth i.e., 26.8 percent of the respondents were post-graduate and 2.1 percent of them had above post-graduate level of education. The data reflects that educational level was high among the sampled respondents.

Fourth part of table shows that 43.3 percent of the respondents had rural background, whereas a majority i.e., 56.7 percent of them was from urban background. Fifth part of table indicates that 23.7 percent of the respondents had less than Rs. 10000 monthly income, while about one-third i.e., 32.0 percent of the respondents had Rs. 10000-20000 monthly income and about one-fifth i.e., 20.6 percent of them had 20001-30000 monthly income. About 18.6 percent of the respondents had Rs. 30001-60000 and remaining 5.2 percent of the respondents had above Rs. 60000 monthly incomes. So majority of the respondents had Rs. 10000-30000 monthly income.

Table 2
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