Nonstatistician needs help with terms. Is the following an example of a univariate analysis?: Chances of getting a job at Microsoft with respect to demographic variables such as age, gender, race, etc. The odds are calculated both for individual variables (say, gender) and for combinations of variables (say, gender + age). What's the best way to describe such a study?
"This study consists of a _______ analysis of Microsoft employees to determine the correlation between getting a job at Microsoft and demographic variables such as . . ."
What's stumping me is the presence of multiple variables, so how can this be a univariate analysis?