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Career and FamilyCycle Stages
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achieve age at marriage age group age pattern age-earnings profile analysis baby boom behavior blue-collar workers career cycle Census changes Chapter child childbearing Clerical CLOCCIN1 cohort effects compared comparisons considerable cost of children Craft decline earning wife Easterlin economic role economic squeezes educational attainment employment estimates example factors family cycle family income family of orientation family strategies fertility Hence higher household Husband's occupation husbands aged impact important increase indicate labor market labor-force participation life-cycle squeeze life-style major Managers marital married mean number median income median occupational groups number of children older Operatives peak median earnings peak median occupational Percentage period effects position of young poverty line Professional proportion Public Use Samples ratio reference groups regression relative economic position relative economic status Sales Samples of White second squeeze Sources Table Total U.S. Bureau variable White Couples White Males white-collar occupations white-collar workers wife's wives women workers younger