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6.

SAMPLE DEMOGRAPHICS
SAMPLE DISTRIBUTION ACCORDING TO THE
FOLLOWING PARAMETERS:

1. GENDER:
Percentage of female and male population as part of the sample.

35

female
male

65

2. AGE:
Percentage of people consisting of different age groups present in the sample.

6.00

<25 years
48
25-30 years
31-40 years
46
3. TENURE:
Percentage of people having different Work experience levels (in years) as part of
the sample.

3.00

6.00

39 <1 year
1-3 years
4-6 years
>6 years
52

4. EDUCATION:
Percentage of people having various levels of education as part of the sample.

2.00

37
Under-graduate
Graduate
Post graduate
61

.
5. INDUSTRY:
Graph showing number of people serving in different sectors as part of the sample.

40 38
35
30
25
20
15 9
10 6 6 7
2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3
5
0

6. JOB ROLE:
Number of people performing different job roles/positions as part of the sample.

30
24
25

20

15 12
10 9
10 8
5 6 5
5 3 2
0
7. EMPLOYMENT LEVEL:
Percentage of people at different employment levels as part of the sample

37

Executive
Mid-management

63
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