The relationship between household income and educational level. (south Darfur rural areas-Sudan) statistical study

 
 
 
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    The main aim of this paper is to find out the relationship between the household level of income and the level of education for the household being lived in southern Darfur state (Sudan) since they were seriously affected by the war conflict and lost most of their income sources. One-way Analyses of Variance (ANOVA) have been used to asses this relation where the independent variable and dependent variables are categorical and continuous respectively. Data gathered from Household survey (HHS) is analyzed. The results indicate the existence of relationship between certain education groups and the level of income, mainly high level of education comparing with the low level.


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    Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); Household Income; Household Survey (HHS); Internally Displaced People (IDPs); Least Significance Difference (LSD).

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Article ID: 5655
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijasp.v4i1.5655




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