Exercise

# Percentage of employees who churn

The column `churn`

is providing information about whether an employee has left the company or not is the column `churn`

:

- if the value of this column is
**0**, the employee is**still with the company** - if the value of this column is
**1**, then the employee has**left the company**

Let’s calculate the turnover rate:

- you will first count the number of times the variable
`churn`

has the value 1 and the value 0, respectively - you will then divide both counts by the total, and multiply the result by 100 to get the percentage of employees who left and stayed

Instructions

**100 XP**

- Use the
`len()`

function to get the total number of observations and save it as the number of employees. - Print the number of employees who left and stayed.
- Print the percentage of employees who left and stayed.