9.58 Of 1,000 respondents aged 24 to 35, 65% reported that they preferred to “look for a job in a place where I would like to live” rather than “look for the best job I can find, the place where I live is secondary.” (Data extracted from L. Belkin, “What Do Young Job seekers Want? (Something Other Than a Job),” The New York Times, September 6, 2007, p. G2.)At the 0.05 level of significance, is there evidence that the proportion o fall young job seekers aged 24 to 35 who preferred to “look for a job in a place where I would like to live” rather than “look for the best job I can find, the place where I live is secondary” is different from 60%?

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9.58 Of 1,000 respondents aged 24 to 35, 65% reported that they preferred to “look for a job in a place where I would like to live” rather than “look for the best job I can find, the place where I live is secondary.” (Data extracted from L. Belkin, “What Do Young Job seekers Want? (Something Other Than a Job),” The New York Times, September 6, 2007, p. G2.)At the 0.05 level of significance, is there evidence that the proportion o fall young job seekers aged 24 to 35 who preferred to “look for a job in a place where I would like to live” rather than “look for the best job I can find, the place where I live is secondary” is different from 60%?

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