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Estructura salarial de los docentes pu?blicos en Colombia

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  • Alejandro Gaviria Uribe

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  • Claudia Marcela Umaña A.

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Este trabajo estudia las diferencias en la estructura salarial entre docentes pu?blicos y otros trabajadores en tres aspectos: ingresos laborales, retornos a la educacio?n y progresio?n de los salarios a lo largo del ciclo de vida laboral. Los resultados muestran i) que los maestros oficiales perciben un mayor salario que otros trabajadores con caracteri?sticas socioecono?micas similares, ii) que los retornos a la educacio?n son mayores para los docentes privados que para los pu?blicos, y iii) que la progresio?n de los salarios a lo largo del ciclo de vida no difiere sustancialmente entre los docentes pu?blicos y el resto de trabajadores. En conjunto, los resultados indican que los docentes pu?blicos disfrutan de unas condiciones laborales relativamente favorables y que las mismas mejoraron sustancialmente durante los an?os noventa.

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Paper provided by FEDESARROLLO in its series COYUNTURA SOCIAL with number 012944.

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Length: 103
Date of creation: 31 May 2002
Handle: RePEc:col:000486:012944
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