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Economic Necessity and the Employment of Young Wives
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analysis average cents an hour Change in Wages chaotic career line chapter characteristics child clerical continued decades decline Department of Labor differences division of labor economic economists education1 effects employers family income feminized force participation rates full-week workers groups of women growth homemakers hourly earnings hours a week human capital income effect increase industry investments in human Jacob Mincer job held prior job satisfaction labor force participation labor market Labor Statistics labor supply last job held marital marriage married women mature women Median mothers National Longitudinal Survey neoclassical nomic occupations opportunities paid employment paperless office part-time employment part-time workers part-week workers percent period post-school investments prestige status Professional Professional certificate Proportion re-enter the labor re-entry real wages reference category responsibilities result role sample Sex Segregation skills social status1 Table tion U.S. Department wage gain wages and prestige White Women wife wives woman women workers