The gender gap in early-career wage growth

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Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science , London
StatementAlan Manning and Joanna Swaffield.
SeriesCEP discussion paper ;, no. 700, Discussion paper (London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance : Online) ;, no. 700.
ContributionsSwaffield, Joanna, 1970-, London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance.
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In the UK the gender pay gap on entry to the labour market is approximately zero but ten years after labour market entry, there is a gender wage gap of almost 25 log points.

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In Finland the gender wage gap increases significantly during the first 10 years after labor market entry accounting most of the life-time increase in the gender wage gap.

This paper focuses on the early career gender wage differences among university graduates and considers several explanations for the gender wage gap based on the human capital theory. explaining the gender gap in early-career wage growth.

The most common approach to explaining the gender pay gap is based on the human capital model developed by Becker () and Mincer () and applied to the gender pay gap in many papers (e.g.

see Mincer and Polachek,Mincer and Ofek,Light and Ureta, inter alia). This paper studies the factors contributing to the gender gap in early-career wage growth.

The analysis shows that the size of the gender gap in average wage growth varies with mobility status, the gap being higher with employer changes compared to wage growth within by: In the UK the gender pay gap on entry to the labour market is approximately zero but after ten years after labour market entry, there is a gender wage gap of almost 25 log points.

This paper explores the reason for this gender gap in early-career wage growth, considering three main hypotheses The gender gap in early-career wage growth book human capital, job-shopping and ‘psychological’ theories.

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This gender gap in early-career wage growth accounts for most of the life-time increase in the sex-based wage differentials.

Therefore, in order to achieve a better understanding of the overall gender wage gap, it seems to be of crucial importance to understand the factors contributing to the gender differential in early-career wage growth Cited by: In the UK the gender pay gap on entry to the labour market is approximately zero but ten years after labour market entry, there is a gender wage gap of almost 25 log points.

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The gender gap in early‐career wage growth The gender gap in early‐career wage growth Manning, Alan; Swaffield, Joanna Given the enormous literature on the gender pay gap – see Altonji and Blank () for a relatively recent survey – one might wonder about the justification for yet another paper on the subject.

The book contribution discusses gender differences with regard to the self- and reciprocal estimation of career expectations.

Firstly, the theoretical background and the literature are identified. Within this frame, the instance of self-under-estimated career prospects of female workers and statistical discrimination in the labor market are Author: Lutz C. Kaiser. The Gender Wage Gap Opens Long before Motherhood.

Panel Evidence on Early Careers in Switzerland who writes in a book edited by Francine Blau and David Grusky that ‘I go as far as to argue that this detrimental [household] The Author: Benita Combet, Benita Combet, Daniel Oesch. In Finland the gender wage gap increases significantly during the first 10 years after labor market entry accounting most of the life-time increase in the gender wage gap.

This paper focuses on the early career gender wage differences among university graduates and considers several explanations for the gender wage gap based on the human capital theory, job mobility and.

The gender pay gap - Economics bibliographies - in Harvard style. Change style powered by CSL. The gender gap in early-career wage growth - The Economic Journal. In-text: (Manning and Swaffield, E-book or PDF Edited book Email Encyclopedia article Govt. publication Interview Journal Legislation Magazine.

The Evolution of the Early Career Gender Wage Gap∗ In this paper we investigate when the male-female wage differential arises: Does it evolve over the early career or does it exist right from entry into first employment onwards. For the analysis we use new administrative longitudinal data and focus on the early careers of skilled.

The following is a selection of books and journal articles on equal pay and pay gap issues. Please email our Library and Information Services Manager if you have a suggestion for a book or journal article to add to this list. Adams, L., Gore, K. and Shury, J. () Gender Pay Gap Reporting Survey Equality and Human Rights Commission Research Report no.

The gender pay gap is the difference between men’s and women’s median annual earnings from full-time, year-round work. Based on data from the U.S.

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Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, women in the United States earn 80 cents for every dollar paid to means wom en earn $10, less per year than men in median earnings. Also. For recently minted Ph.D.

scientists, having children and the choice of field to study play crucial roles in the very real gender pay gap. In the second study we show that both the early-career gender earnings gap and its subsequent growth with age are only partly related to the different career choices of men and women.

It is true. The Gender Wage Gap Opens Long before Motherhood. Panel Evidence on Early Careers in Switzerland Benita Combet1,2,* and Daniel Oesch 1,3,* 1Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research LIVES, University of Lausanne, 2Department of Sociology, LMU University of Munich, Munich, Germany and 3Life Course and Inequality Research Centre LINES.

Finally, in work with Joanna Swaffield, Manning has also studied the gender gap in early-career wage growth in the UK. Research on job polarization.

A more recent field of Manning's research is the study of technological change and job polarization. In the analyses of the gender wage gaps, we build on Avent-Holt and Tomaskovic-Devey () and use hierarchical linear modeling (HLM) to compare variance across job niches in the association between gender and earnings, and the significance of gender segregation and public sector employment across niches to explain the gender wage gap.

HLM Author: Liza Reisel, Kjersti Misje Østbakken, Paul Attewell. This wage growth in the s resulted in a 17% narrowing of the gender wage gap. On the other hand, from to female wages grew at a rate only % per year faster than male wages, resulting in very little narrowing of the gender wage gap (Blau ).

The early-career disparity is growing. Some have argued that the wage gap, at any stage of a woman’s life, starts with her choices. This is a different finding than the ones that emerge from standard wage gap decompositions, so it is worth emphasizing its interpretation: among men and women who have accumulated 9 years of work experience, for example, we find that over 12% of the gender wage gap (% of %) is due to the fact that they have timed their work efforts.

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Ledbetter also writes about what a woman can do while in a situation like this. Manning, A., & Swaffield, J. (, July). The gender gap in early-career wage growth. The Economic Journal, (). The Gender Gap in Starting Salaries for New College Graduates Wage Growth and Job Mobility in the Early Career: Testing a Statistical Discrimination Model of the Gender Wage Gap Selection into Occupations and the Intergenerational Mobility of Daughters and Sons.

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