The third essay examines the effect of the minimum wage on teenage employment. Unlike previous studies of the minimum wage which have focused on its effect on overall employment, including uncovered jobs paying less than the minimum wage this study examines the loss of covered jobs paying the minimum wage or higher. Concurrently systematic error in the dependent variable is addressed. The minimum wage elasticity of labor supply for covered employment is significantly more elastic than that for total employment even after correcting for systematic error. The effect of the minimum wage on covered employment is at a minimum three times as large as the effect on total employment.The Nursing Labor Market The labor market for nurses is unique in several ways. Nursing is a ... There are also several advanced degrees that nurses may obtain including, mastera#39;s degrees, nurse practitioner degrees, and doctorate degrees.
|Title||:||Bilingualism, Wage Differentials and the Minimum Wage---Three Essays in the Economics of Labor and Health|
|Author||:||Nicole M. Coomer|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|