However, since it is highly unlikely for RegF members to change occupations more than once a year, this data limitation should have a negligible impact on our results.
Case Study 1--Table 3 presents the list of occupations for which a statistically significant difference was observed between occupation transfer rates for trained RegF male and female members.
This table presents the occupations from which the release rate from the RegF differs between men and women.
Case Study 3--Finally, Table 5 shows results for the populations of RegF members that are leaving their occupation while still undergoing training .
Our examples in this paper were limited to male/female comparisons leaving an occupation or releasing from the RegF. However, any question that can be addressed using a 2 x 2 contingency table can be analyzed using our approach.