The Evolution of the Gender Earnings Gap Amongst Canadian University Graduates
AbstractThis paper reports the results of an empirical analysis of the gender earnings gap among recent Canadian bachelor-level university graduates. Hours of work are the single most important influence on the gap; past work experience, job characteristics, family status, province of residence, and language have smaller and more mixed effects.
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Labour; Education; training and learning; Society and community; Wages; salaries and other earnings; Outcomes of education; Equity and inclusion; Women and gender;
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