Ethnicity, Race and Gender in the Labor Market

Ethnicity, Race and Gender in the Labor Market

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Ethnicity, race and gender play an important role in labor markets; labor market outcomes such as hiring and compensation are very different across different social groups. These differentials are partly the result of differences in productivity and preferences and partly the result of discrimination.Unfortunately this reduces the sample considerably, from 2396 resumes to a total of just 1046 resumes, making the present study ... A total of 523 job vacancies in customer services and front oAcce/administration were applied to, and 1046 resumes were sent (two for each job). ... All jobs were entry-level jobs and all respondents had an undergraduate degree in the same ...eld (from colleges which wereanbsp;...

Title:Ethnicity, Race and Gender in the Labor Market
Author:Zahra Siddique
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008


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