The Relationship between Wages and Weekly Hours of Work: The Role of Division Bias
During the last 25 years, annual hours worked by prime aged men fell by the equivalent of six 40-hour workweeks. The reduction was more pronounced among those younger than among mid-age workers, among black men than among white men, and among those with ...
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