Summary of findings: work and opportunity in the post-industrial labor market
Institute on Education and the Economy, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1998 - Business & Economics - 22 pages
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accumulated work experience ages of 16 American employment relationship average male worker become more unequal become more volatile business cycle career development career mobility changing has become cohort as compared cohort difference cohort has failed cohorts of young Danziger Deindustrialization deteriorated difference in job early 30s economic restructuring education groups EEE Working Paper employer 0.4 H enrollment entered the labor experienced failed to capture firms four-year college degree Gottschalk greater inequality greater volatility High school degree High school drop-out higher job instability instability has increased internal labor markets job separation job shopping labor force labor market experience lifetime wage growth long-term relationship long-term wage growth longer confers market has become median tenure National Longitudinal Surveys Neumark percent of workers permanent hourly wage permanent wage growth rate of job recent cohort repeated transitions service sector shorter tenures single transition three decades U.S. economy upward mobility wage declines wage trajectories Workplaces young workers