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Economical Activity Of The Polish Population

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  • Bieszk-Stolorz Beata

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  • Markowicz Iwona

    () (University of Szczecin, Faculty of Economics and Management, Department of Econometrics and Statistics, Mickiewicza 64, 71-101 Szczecin, Poland)

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The aim of the article is to examine the impact of a job seeker’s gender, education, age on their employment odds in Poland in 2011. The research includes Polish population which was economically active and aged 15 and more in 2011 (17,951 thousand people). The research tool was a logit model. The starting point for the analysis was the construction of a model that related employment to gender only. Then other models with many explanatory variables were constructed. Since the gender related odds ratios that have been determined for the sake of those models are interpreted under the assumption that the other variables are constant, it indicates that the women’s and men’s odds ratio remains the same in urban and rural areas, on every education level and in every age group. But in reality it is not true. This is why we estimated the models that contained only one explanatory variable (gender) for individual subgroups and models with the interactions.

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  • Bieszk-Stolorz Beata & Markowicz Iwona, 2014. "Economical Activity Of The Polish Population," Folia Oeconomica Stetinensia, Sciendo, vol. 14(2), pages 198-210, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:vrs:foeste:v:14:y:2014:i:2:p:198-210:n:7
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