Job creation in the United States: good jobs or bad?
Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University, 1997 - Business & Economics - 57 pages
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1988 and April Above-Median analysis Average Average Average base category benefit supplements coefficients columns of table contained in column covered by employer-provided CPS final sampling current employer Current Population Survey cyclical differential in coverage education category education variables employer-provided health insurance employment growth Farber final sampling weights fringe benefits health insurance coverage high-wage sectors includes survey dummy increased indicator variable insurance coverage rate interaction of sex job creation job quality jobs relative least 16 less-educated workers linear probability models log points marital status mobility supplements new-job discount new-job dummy variable new-job rates new-old differential NLSY numbers in parentheses offered employer-provided health offered health insurance ordinary least squares parentheses are standard part-time employment part-time rates percentage point decline period R-Squared rate on old real wages regression adjustment relative to old rotation groups sample includes survey sex and marital standard errors substantially survey dummy variables workers on old workers with 12