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Employment and Occupational Experience
Extended Models of Womens Occupational
A Study of Womens Occupational Mobility
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1967 interview 1968 occupation 1971 survey week blue collar break in employment Census chapter CM CM CM CM rH rH collar occupations continuity of employment continuously employed dependent variable differences employed women employment experience employment patterns ever-married extent and continuity extent of employment H rH Human capital theory investment labor force experience labor force participation labor market marriage National Longitudinal Survey nonwhite women occupational achievement occupational attainment occupational categories occupational level occupational mobility occupational status mobility occupational structure occupations held percent prestige re-enter the labor re-entering the occupational Re-entry Occupation relatively rH 4J rH H rH O rH rH rH CM rH rH rH sample simple random sample socioeconomic status status gains subsample Table types of occupations University of Wisconsin-Madison upward mobility variables white women woman women employed women re-entering women's employment women's occupational careers workers