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Le point sur l'inegalite des gains et sur la remuneration des jeunes durant les annees 90

  • Picot, Garnett
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    De nombreux auteurs ont fait etat de l'inegalite de plus en plus prononcee des gains d'emploi particulierement chez les hommes. Le present article enrichit notre connaissance des tendances de l'inegalite des gains en repondant a trois questions. Premierement, comment l'inegalite des gains des personnes occupees a-t-elle evolue dans les annees 90? Notre etude indique que, du milieu des annees 80 au milieu des annees 90, l'inegalite et la polarisation des gains ont a peine augmente chez l'ensemble des travailleurs (hommes et femmes). La deuxieme question a trait a l'incidence exercee sur l'inegalite des gains par la variation de la propension des Canadiens a occuper un emploi. Autrement dit, si nous nous concentrons sur l'ensemble des Canadiens en age de travailler (ceux qui ont un emploi remunere et ceux qui n'en ont pas), quelles sont les tendances de l'inegalite? Nous constatons que l'inegalite des gains chez les personnes en age de travailler a peu varie dans les annees 80 et 90. Notre analyse tient compte de l'influence que la variation du ratio emploi-population et les tendances de l'inegalite chez les personnes occupees exerce sur l'inegalite des gains chez l'ensemble des personnes en age de travailler. Cependant, la stabilite relative de l'inegalite des gains observee depuis le debut des annees 80 occulte un certain nombre de tendances compensatoires. Les gains de certains groupes de travailleurs (les femmes et les travailleurs ages notamment) ont augmente alors que ceux d'autres groupes (tout particulierement les jeunes et les hommes) ont diminue. Le present article met l'accent sur les tendances des gains chez les jeunes travailleurs et conclut que la baisse des gains annuels des jeunes hommes, notamment, est associee a une diminution de la remuneration horaire reelle.

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