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Table 1.1 Age Distribution of the Respondents

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Transcript of Table 1.1 Age Distribution of the Respondents

PRESENTATION , ANALYSIS
& DATA INTERPRETATION

Table 1.1
Age Distribution
of the Respondents

Table 1.1 presents the profile of the respondents in terms of their age. There are 27 respondents, 54%, who are in the age range of 23-27 years old. Another 15 respondents, 30% whose age are within 18-22 years old. The youngest respondent is 19 years old. The oldest is 50 years old.

The data implies that majority of the respondents are in the age range of 18-27 years old, thus belonging to the young adult age group.
This means that the people who comprise the workforce in restaurants and other food establishment are young adults. This is a good reflection on the hiring requirements where the young workers abound. This also shows that the young workers are willing to work in restaurants as a way to gain work experience.

Table 2.1 Respondent’s Level of Knowledge of Solid Waste Management in Terms of Reduce

. The statements obtained weighted means that ranged from 2.22 ( Low ) to 3.36 ( Very High ). The average mean for this category is 2.92 which is interpreted as High.
The data implies that the level of knowledge of the respondents in terms of reduction of solid waste generation ( reduce ) is generally high. This means that they know how to reduce the generation of the amount made by their solid waste. However, there is one aspect, “If the restaurant buy vegetables to be cooked on that same day, they prefer to buy the peeled vegetables.” Got a Low rating.
The data implies that the level of knowledge of the respondents in terms of “ biodegradable waste” is generally high. This means that they know about the basic concepts pertaining to biodegradable solid waste products: they decay when exposed to the natural elements.
Table 2.4
Respondent’s Level of Knowledge on Solid Waste Management in terms of Biodegradable Waste

”. The statement obtained weighted means that ranged from 3.22 (High) to 3.32 (Very High). The average mean for this category is 3.28, which is interpreted as Very High.

The data implies that the level of knowledge of the respondents in terms of “non-biodegradable waste” is generally very high. This means that they know about the basic concepts pertaining to non-biodegradable solid waste products: they do not decay when exposed to the natural elements.

Table 2.5
Respondent’s Level of Knowledge on Solid
Waste Management in terms of Non-biodegradable Waste

. It further shows that only the civil status of the respondents has a significant relationship with knowledge on biodegradable and non-biodegradable. As the respondents’ changes from being single to married, The table becomes more conscious on the solid waste that the respondents’ produces, unlike with the “single” respondents.
Relationship between the Respondents’ Profile and their Level of Knowledge on Solid Waste Management

The statements obtained weighted means that ranged from 2.92 ( High ) to 3.44 ( Very High). The average mean for this category is 3.07, which is interpreted as High.

The data implies that the level of knowledge of the respondents in terms of reuse of solid waste ( reuse ) is generally high. This means that they know how to reuse materials so as to lessen the amount of waste that will produce.
Table 2.2
Respondent’s Level of Knowledge on Solid Waste Management it terms of Reuse



The statements obtained weighted means that ranged from 1.94 ( fair ) to 2.98 ( high ). The average mean for this category is 2.59, which is interpreted as High.

The data implies that the level of knowledge of the respondents in terms of recycling of the solid waste ( recycle ) is generally high. This means that they know how to recycle waste materials. The present financial crisis gave the respondents another alternative to earning income through the recycling of solid waste.

Table 1.3 Civil Status Distribution of the Respondent
Table 1.3 presents the profile of the respondents in terms of civil status. Out of 50 respondents, thirty-eight respondents, 76.0 % are single. There are only 12 respondents, 24% who are married
The data implies that their age has a connection to their civil status.Since most of the respondents are young (18-27 years old) we can infer that marriage may not be in their minds yet, instead they are more focused on their careers and in earning money.

Table 1.4 Religion Distribution of the Respondents
Table 1.2 presents the profile of the respondents in terms of gender. Out of 50 respondents, seventeen or 34.0 percent (%) are male and thirty-three or 66.0 percent (%) are female.

The data implies that there are more female workers in food establishments than there are male. This could be because some establishments prefer to have female employees since they are more meticulous and careful in food handling. This also shows that there are more female workforce than male as seen from the number of graduates per school.

Table 1.2 Gender Distributions of the Respondents
Table 1.4 presents the profile of the respondents in terms of religion. There are 43 respondents, 86.0%, who are Roman Catholic, one respondents, 2.0%, who is an Iglesia ni Cristo and six respondents 12.0%, who have other respected religions. The data shows that it is reflective of Iligan City’s population where most are Catholics.
Table 2.3
Respondents’ Level of Knowledge on Solid WasteManagement in terms of Recycle
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