Gender and Promotions: Promotion Chances of White Men and Women in Federal White-Collar Employment
Using logit analysis on 1 percent samples of federal personnel records for 1973-82, this paper finds strikingly similar promotion probabilities for white men and women, once a variety of individual characteristics are accounted for.
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