An Analysis on Employment Statistics
There are a variety of statistical analysis methods. For example, the disparate impact analysis is often used to analyze statistics that pertain to discrimination in employment. Job evaluation statistical analysis is often carried out by either the point method or ranking method of analysis. Affirmative action plan (AAP) statistics are typically analyzed using the availability analysis, the utilization analysis and the eight-factor analysis. The eight-factor analysis of affirmative action plan statistics uses eight factors and places a factor weight and factor value on each one. The following chart is a sample of an eight-factor analysis for AAPs, with the first of eight factors listed:

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