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Male wage rates and marital status

Lawrence Kenny

Male wage rates and marital status

by Lawrence Kenny

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


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StatementLawrence W. Kenny.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- no.271
ContributionsNational Bureau of Economic Research.
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Open LibraryOL21204074M

  While wage-employment is slightly more predominant among single men relative to married men, clearly marital status is a primary determinant of wage-employment status among women. Only % of married women are wage-employed, while more than half the single women in the sample, %, reported some wage-employment during the survey year. Women have been in the work force for more than years, but in honor of the th Anniversary of the Women’s Bureau, find the top 10 occupations women have held in each decade since This data also includes the number of women in the labor force in each decade, and the percentage of women.

  The male marital wage differential: Race, training, and fixed effects. IZA Discussion Paper No. Schettkat, Ronald. Differences in US-German time-allocation: Why do Americans work longer hours than Germans? IZA Discussion Paper No. Schoeni, Robert F. Marital status and earnings in developed countries. Hill, M. S. (). The Wage Effects of Marital Status and Children. Journal of Human Resources, 14,

Women accepted lodgers while their men were away at war and performed sewing and laundry to supplement male wages. In the s, an increasing number of married women held formal jobs and 45 percent of the total workforce in consisted of women. They worked most commonly in clerical, service and factory environments. 0 = ¯yD=0 = is the average wage for male. The estimated slope ˆ 1 = ¯yD=1 y¯D=0 = is average female wage minus average male wage. In this example female earns less than male since ˆ 1 is negative. The p-value for ˆ1 is less than , so we reject the null hypothesis that female wage equals male wage. In.


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Get this from a library. Male Wage Rates and Marital Status. [Lawrence W Kenny; National Bureau of Economic Research.;] -- Numerous studies have found that married men earn consider-ably more than single men of the same education, experience, etc.

There are several possible explanations of this phenomenon. Recent. Male Wage Rates and Marital Status Lawrence W. Kenny. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in July Numerous studies have found that married men earn consider-ably more than single men of the same education, experience, etc.

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Downloadable. How marriage interacts with men's earnings is an important public policy issue, given debates over programs to directly encourage healthy marriages.

This paper generates new findings about the earnings-marriage relationship by estimating the linkages between marriage, work commitment, and wage rates. Unlike other studies of the marital wage premium for men, we examine how marital. How marital status interacts with men’s earnings is an important analytic and policy issue, especially in the context of debates in the United States over programs that encourage healthy marriage.

This paper generates new findings about the earnings-marriage relationship by estimating the linkages among flows into and out of marriage, work effort, and wage rates. The statistic displayed above shows the gender pay gap based on average gross hourly wages in Belgium inby marital status.

female to male ratio ; U.S. wage. Thomas Sowell argued in his book Civil Rights that most of pay gap is based on marital status, not a "glass ceiling" discrimination. Earnings for men and women of the same basic description (education, jobs, hours worked, marital status) were essentially equal.

That result would not be predicted under explanatory theories of "sexism". Tax Return Filers with Salaries and Wages from Forms W Classified by: Size of Adjusted Gross Income, Marital Status, Gender: Published as: SOI Bulletin article - Comparing Salaries and Wages of Women Shown on Forms W-2 to Those of Men, Table 2: Tax Years: – Male Wage Rates and Marital Status.

By Lawrence W. Kenny. Get PDF ( KB) Abstract. Numerous studies have found that married men earn consider-ably more than single men of the same education, experience, etc. There are several possible explanations of this phenomenon.

Recent theoretical developments in the economics of marriage predict that. Indeed, one of the few marital wage premium studies to include measures of the time that men spend on housework and childcare found no significant effect of either on wages (Hersch, ).

As a result, the extent to which men’s household labor, as well as that of their wives, is related to male productivity at paid labor remains provisional.

Find the most recent annual averages for selected labor force characteristics. Data are presented by sex, age, race and Hispanic origin, educational attainment, marital status, and parental status when available.

Labor force participation rate by age and sex Labor force participation rate of women. Inwomen who were full-time wage and salary workers had median usual weekly earnings that were percent of those of male full-time wage and salary workers. Inthe first year for which comparable earnings data are available, women’s earnings were 62 percent of men’s.

Marriage also lowers the wage growth of men and women by about two and four percentage points, respectively. A first birth lowers female wages 2–3 percent, but has no effect on wage growth. Male wages are unaffected by childbearing. These findings suggest that early marriage and childbearing can lead to substantial decreases in lifetime earnings.

In a recent exercise using statistical assumptions to impute missing data, the World Development Report () estimates that in the periodthe global rate of female labor force participation increased from to percent, while the male rate fell slightly from to percent. So the gender gap narrowed from 32 percentage.

Gender, Productivity, and the Marital Wage Premium Gender, Productivity, and the Marital Wage Premium Lincoln, Anne E. A substantial body of research has shown that marriage is strongly correlated with higher earnings for men (for reviews, see Korenman & Neumark, ; Loh, ).

The robust predictive power of marriage found for men’s wages has led to an. These studies clearly demonstrate the difficulty of distinguishing between gender, marital status, and family status.

There is no tidy gender wealth gap story. Women-headed households, especially those with children, tend to accumulate less wealth than other types of households, in part because of their low incomes (Ozawa and Lee ). When earnings differentials are adjusted for such factors as age, education, and marital status, the.

differential between the earnings of white males and those of minority males decreases. lower than wage rates in jobs that are otherwise similar. Using statistical regressions, they found that human capital, region, and marital status account for 55 percent of the wage gap difference.

An additional 20 percent of the wage gap was attributed to differences in occupational distributions between blacks and whites.

Thus, 25 percent of the wage gap was unaccounted for by their model. Percentage, distribution of migrant employed persons 10 years of age and over by employment status, number of hours worked during reference week and sex. Labour force participation rates and un-employment rates by age, sex and area: Pakistan & Provinces.

means it's official. Federal government websites often end Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you're on a federal government site.Male-dominated industries tend to have higher wages than industries and occupations made up mostly of female workers; In a comparison of occupations with at le men women inout of had statistically significant gaps in pay that favored men; six occupations had no significant gap; and just one had a gap favoring.decades, rising rates of cohabitation and marital breakdown have brought change to the concept of ‘marriage’, which further questions what is being rewarded and who receives the rewards.

So why might a married man earn more than a single man? There are two major theoretical explanations of the premium to a man’s wage from being married.