Nat"l surv. labor market exper., mature women, 1984

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Women -- Employment -- United States -- Longitudinal studies., Women -- Employment -- United States -- Statistics., Working class -- United States -- Longitudinal stu
Other titlesNational survey of labor market experience, mature women, 1984., National longitudinal survey of women 30-44, 1967 to 1984.
GenreLongitudinal studies., Statistics.
SeriesICPSR -- 7610., ICPSR study -- 7610.
ContributionsNational Longitudinal Surveys of Labor Market Experience (U.S.)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination6 microfiches
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16759262M

Data from the National Longitudinal Survey Mature Women's Cohort were used to examine association between training and wages from to Women who received post-school-age training (formal education and other training) experienced a greater rise in wages and participated in the labor force at older ages than did women who received no postschool by: The rapid influx of women into the labour market has come to be recognised as one of the most important economic and social developments of the latter half of the 20th century.

Women in the Labor Market is an authoritative collection of those papers which have made the greatest contribution to our understanding of this development and its causes. The National Longitudinal Surveys of Labor Market Experience have provided a detailed and continuous record of the employment experience, education, attitudes.

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Nevertheless, women's pay is. Women and training in a changing labour market. Policies for change and changing policies. Recurrent themes The reproduction of gender segregation.

Women in the workforce in the post-war period. Theoretical approaches Schoolgirls' occupational 'choices'.

Choosing options. Determinants of choice Women returners' training 'choices'. 1For a general overview of women in the U.S. labor market, see Smith, ed. (); Fuchs (), Goldin (, a, b,), Goldin and Sokoloff () and Smith and Ward (a, b) discuss historical and recent trends.

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Despite progress in recent years, women still face pay disparities in the labor market. In this blog, Hamilton Project Director Jay Shambaugh and.

Supporting those mature-age workers who wish to continue working is a key policy challenge arising from the Intergenerational Report As previous research indicates, there are many factors that influence labour market engagement of those approaching retirement.

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