The actual number of hours per week that employees spend on their jobs and careers when the two circle graph show how surveyed employees actually spend their time and how they would prefer to spend their time. Assume that employees have 112 hours a week that are not spent sleeping. Round answers to the nearest tenth of an hour. (Source: Wall Street Journal Supplement from Families and Work Institute)

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4th Edition
Richard N. Aufmann + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305965584

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Chapter 9.3, Problem 20ES

(a)

To determine

To calculate:

The actual number of hours per week that employees spend on their jobs and careers when the two circle graph show how surveyed employees actually spend their time and how they would prefer to spend their time. Assume that employees have 112 hours a week that are not spent sleeping. Round answers to the nearest tenth of an hour. (Source: Wall Street Journal Supplement from Families and Work Institute)

(b)

To determine

To calculate:

The number of hours that employees would prefer to spend on their jobs or careers when the two circle graph show how surveyed employees actually spend their time and how they would prefer to spend their time. Assume that employees have 112 hours a week that are not spent sleeping. Round answers to the nearest tenth of an hour. (Source: Wall Street Journal Supplement from Families and Work Institute)

(c)

To determine

To calculate:

The difference between the number of hours an employee would prefer to spend on him or herself and the actual of the time the employee spends on him or herself when the two circle graph show how surveyed employees actually spend their time and how they would prefer to spend their time. Assume that employees have 112 hours a week that are not spent sleeping. Round answers to the nearest tenth of an hour. (Source: Wall Street Journal Supplement from Families and Work Institute)

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