Now that we have gone through the long process of collecting and organizing the data nicely into charts and graphs; we now have been working on creating a poster to show the public the data we found about our correlating data that we will display at exhibition night. Some people’s data did not end up correlating with each other and others did. Mine did end up showing correlation because the teens who had licenses had a better chance of having the same job for a longer length of time, the teens with permits had some chance of having a job and yet not as much of a chance as those who had a license, however they did have more of a chance to have a job than someone who had neither a license or a permit. So therefore my thought was proven true by showing that teens that have a permit or license are more likely to have a job than someone than has neither. I think that it is mostly due the fact of having to ask for a ride to the job. And are less likely to keep that job if they are unable to get there and its especially hard to get around at the prices of gas now a days.