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Race and Gender Differences in Private Sector Training for Young Workers
Lisa M. Lynch,Sloan School Of Management
No preview available - 2015
1983 Interview Dates acquisition of training affirmative action legislation APPT beauty school black/white and male/female current employer differential pattern dummies yes yes dummy variables Duncan and Hoffman employment especially by race estimated coefficients firm or off-the-job firm provided training GENDER DIFFERENCES hourly wage human capital impact of training informal training Lynch Assistant Professor males and females NLS youth cohort number of job number of weeks off-job training on-job training percent persistent wage gap private sector training probability of receiving Probit Probit race and gender race and sex raise wages significantly receive training receiving private sector sample sources of training starting wages tenure variable total work experience training on wages training programs training received training spells training the respondent types of training unemployment rate wage differential wage equation wage growth wages and wage wages of young white male whites and males women and blacks women and nonwhites young workers