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Evaluating Competing Theories of Worker Mobility
Henry S. Farber. This study samples over 14,000 full-time jobs held by workers to examine mobility patterns & to evaluate theories of labor mobility (defined as change of employer). Investigates: How important is heterogeneity in determining mobility rates for young workers? Can heterogeneity in mobility rates be characterized as fixed differences across workers or as variable with workers changing types over time? How important is state dependence in mobility rates? Does mobility decline systematically with how long a worker has held his or her job, or are there periods where likelihood of mobility increases? Charts & tables.
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