A Comparison of Alaskan Female and Male Wage Income and Employment Patterns in 1988: The Gender Gap
This report provides information about employment and earnings of wage and salary employees in Alaska in 1988. It covers 244,020 people, and includes information on annual earnings, sex, age, residential location, and on their employment by occupation and industry.
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