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Understanding Multiple Regression

Multiple regression is a powerful statistical tool that can be used to model an federal contractor’s pay practices. COMPARE 2.0 uses multiple regression to help determine whether statistically significant differences in pay are due to possible discrimination or if the differences may be attributed to legitimate job-related factors that are completely appropriate. For example, the differences in pay between males and females could be simply due to differences between them in their job tenure, education, or job performance. This video explains how multiple regression can be used to determine whether a statistically significant difference is due to discrimination or if it is defensible in light of the evidence.

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