Some economic aspects of the relationship between education and employment of technicians and technologists in Ontario
Michael L. Skolnik, Gillian Bryce, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Dept. of Educational Planning
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 1971 - Business & Economics - 66 pages
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SUBSTlTUTlON BETWEEN EDUCATlON AND EXPERlENCE
SOME COMMENTS ON PROJECTlNG TECHNlClAN MANPOWER
3-year Diploma 3-year programs age-earnings curve AiTernaTive Applied ArTs ArTs and Technology assumed assumpTion average saving Benchmark Surveys Blaug calculaTions census Colleges of Applied CosTs per STudenT differenT Diploma of Technology earnings differenTials educaTion and experience EducaTion-Experience employmenT Engineering Technicians equaTion esTimaTe figure A-1 Forgone earnings full-Time educaTion full-Time posTsecondary educaTion grade 12 grandfaTher clause isoquanT labor force level of educaTion linear regression lsoquanTs nicians non-diploma TechnologisTs number of graduaTes number of observaTions number of Technicians OACETT daTa OACETT members OnTario TechnologisTs OnTario-EducaTed TechnologisTs ouTiays parT-Time educaTion parT-Time insTrucTion parTicuiar presenT sTudy presenT value PrivaTe CosTs PrivaTe RaTes producTiv projecTion raTe of reTurn raTe-of-reTurn analysis raTio regression resulTs Salary Range saving in experience senior Technicians Skolnik and McMullen Social CosTs social raTe survey of firms Tech Technicians and senior Technicians and TechnologisTs Technicians in OnTario TechnologisTs and Technicians ToTai number Tradesmen uniTs of parT-Time variable wasTage workers