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Working Papers and Poster Presentations

2000 to Present

A Comparison of Person-Reported Industry to Employer-Reported Industry in Survey and Administrative Data [PDF - 921k]

The Education Premium for Employment: Is it the Same Everywhere? [PDF - 213k]

Marital Homogamy and Economic Vulnerability During the Great Recession [PDF - 489K]

Using the EEO Tabulation to Examine 21st Century Workforce Diversity [PDF - 1.53M]

Who Opts Out? Labor Force Participation among Asian, Black, Hispanic, and White Mothers in 20 Occupations [PDF - 730k]

The Impact of the 2007-2009 Recession on Mothers' Employment [DOC - 599k]

Metro Area Industry Composition and Employment Prospects for Workers of Varying Skill Levels [PDF - 1.3M]

Are We There Yet? Women’s to Men’s Earnings Gap in the 21st Century

Field of Degree and Occupational Outcome of Foreign-Born Workers in the U.S. [PDF - 961K]

Metros, Money, Manpower: Exploring the Gender Earnings Gap Across U.S. Labor Markets and Occupations  Opting Out, Scaling Back, or Business-As-Usual? An Assessment of Women's Employment Hours in 92 Occupations 
  • Report [PDF - 150k] [DOC - 1.52M]
Earnings Inequality Within Detailed Occupations and Foreign-born Labor  The Hours We Work: Are They Occupationally Determined? [PDF - 1.8M]

Detailed Occupations and Median Earnings: 2008  Opting-Out: An Exploration of Labor Force Participation of New Mothers  A Profile of the Idle Youth in the U.S. [PPT - 740k]

Characteristics of Workers in the Healthcare Industry for Puerto Rico in 2005 [DOC - 378k]

Examining the Gender Earnings Gap: Occupational Differences and the Life Course [PDF - 440k]

The Earnings Gap by Occupation and Educational Attainment: Findings from Census 2000 

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Industry and Occupation |  Last Revised: 2014-03-13T15:49:56.884-04:00