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Impact of Private-Sector Training on Race & Gender Wage Differentials & the Career Patterns of Young Workers
Lisa M. Lynch. Analyzes how personal characteristics including employment histories & local demand conditions determine the probability of receiving training & their effects on wages, wage growth, & employment mobility of workers. Also addresses the relative importance of training & tenure for wage determination & the rate of return to company provided training versus training from for-profit proprietary institutions & regular schooling. The portability of company training from employer to employer & the existence of differentials in the returns to training by union status, race & gender are also investigated. Charts & tables.
Commonwealth of Science: ANZAAS & the Scientific Enterprise in Australia, 1888-1988
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