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Occupational wage differentials

Daphne Nicolitsas

Occupational wage differentials

firm-level evidence for British manufacturing

by Daphne Nicolitsas

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Published by Institute of Economics and Statistics, University of Oxford in Oxford .
Written in English


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StatementDaphne Nicolitsas.
SeriesLabour Market Consequences of Technical and Structural Change discussion paper series -- no.11, Labour Market Consequences of Technical and Structural Change discussion paper series (University of Oxford, Institute of Economics and Statistics) -- no.11.
ContributionsUniversity of Oxford. Institute of Economics and Statistics.
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Open LibraryOL17148309M

The Fair Wage Committee was of the view that the differentials should be based on occupation and had suggested the adoption of a standard occupational nomenclature so that the work of classification and assessment may be undertaken on a uniform basis throughout the country. Occupational Wage Differentials, Harry Ober 1 Wage differentials by occupation are of basic importance in industry. They provide a means not only for compensating workers in accordance with differences in skill, effort, and working condi-tions, but also for attracting labor to the skilled trades which require years of training and invest-.

Labor market segmentation is the division of the labor market according to a principle such as occupation, geography and industry.. One type of segmentation is to define groups "with little or no crossover capability", such that members of one segment cannot easily join another segment. This can result in different segments, for example men and women, receiving different wages for the same work.   Occupational Wage Differentials • Another primary factor that determines wages is the demand for the worker, which is a derived demand for the product or service that the worker provides. If the worker provides a product or service that is highly desirable, then a higher wage will prevail for a given supply of workers who could do that job.

The comparable worth issue has become heated in the s and is especially important to minorities and women. The debate, explored in this eighth chapter of a book on school law, concerns the causes of and cures for the earning gap between employed men and women. One major cause of the gap is occupational segregation. Comparable worth advocates offer three approaches to cure wage . PREVAILING WAGE RESOURCE BOOK PRINCIPLES INTRODUCTION Service Contract Act (SCA) wage determinations set forth the prevailing wages and benefits that are to be paid to service employees working on covered contracts exceeding $2, Wages Wages are the monetary compensation provided employees. The minimum.


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Occupational wage differentials by Daphne Nicolitsas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Wage differentials are on the basis of geographical differences based on Industrial and occupational differences. causes of wage differentials. In cities, wage rates are high while rural labour is available at low wage rates. Market Imperfection.

Wage Differentials are also found on account of imperfect market competition in the factor market. Occupational Wage Differentials. Obviously, certain occupations pay more than others.

Surgeons make more than teachers, who make more than retail salespeople. Most of these wage differentials are the result of educational and training requirements, often referred to as human capital.

Surgeons require more than a decade of education and training. The wage differential can likely be attributed to the unequal occupational distribution between women and men in construction (see page 19). When wages are compared among U.S. regions (see glossary), production workers in construction are found to make less on average in the South than in any other region.

The average hourly wage in the South. Comparing with the literature on gender wage differentials, immigrants seem to face more barriers to entry into good occupations than females in a relative sense.

Moreover, most of the intra-occupational differential is unexplained, whereas less than half of the inter-occupational differential Occupational wage differentials book Cited by: Apart from industrial arid occupational differentials, there may be difference in wages and salaries region-wise also within the same industry and occupation group.

Such differences are visible in different countries of the world as well as different regions within a country. Additional information, including the hourly and annual 10th, 25th, 75th, and 90th percentile wages, is available in the downloadable XLS file.

Major Occupational Groups (Note--clicking a link will scroll the page to the occupational group): 00. The wage differentials help in building the wage structures for various levels and types of jobs in an organization, as they are inevitable. They relate to skill, training and experience, nature and complexity of the job, responsibilities and accountability of the person doing that job and the economic and social status of the geographical area.

The role of occupational segregation in the determination of gender wage differentials is assessed. It is found (1) that occupational segregation plays less of a role in explaining wage differentials than do traditional human capital variables; (2) that earnings profiles generated with data that include a percent female (PF) measure of occupational segregation are not ideal for testing human.

The Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) program produces employment and wage estimates annually for nearly occupations. These estimates are available for the nation as a whole, for individual states, and for metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas; national occupational estimates for specific industries are also available.

Wages differ in different employments or occupations, industries and localities, and or between persons in the same employment or grade. It may be termed as occupational wage differentials, inter-industry, inter-firm, inter-area or geo graphical differentials and personal differentials.

Causes for Wage Differentials. Table 9 classifies 12 countries by the way their educational and/or occupational wage differentials changed in the s and the s.

During the s, all the countries shared a common pattern of narrowing wage differentials by skill. Overall wage dispersion for males also narrowed in all of these countries with the exception of the United States. Wages are a vital economic variable in their influence on employment and unemployment and as the main source of personal income, affecting both living standards and labour incentives.

Wage determination is studied here in an international perspective, using a common theoretical framework and. A wage differential refers to the difference in wages between people with similar skills within differing localities or industries.

It can also refer to the difference in wages between employees who have dissimilar skills within the same industry. It is generally referenced when discussing the given risk of. Regional Differentials: Apart from industrial arid occupational differentials, there may be differences in wages and salaries region-wise also within the same industry and occupation group.

Such differences are visible in different countries of the world as well as different regions within a country. Reasons For Wage Differentials Economics Essay INTRODUCTION. Wage differentials have a great economic and social significance; they are directly related to the allocation of the economic resources of a country, including manpower growth of the national income, and the pace of economic development.

Sources of Occupational Wage Differentials in a «Compétitive» Labour Market C. Bruce and J. Cheslak The authors présent a survey of the wage-setting practices of a number of employers of clerk-typists in the city of Calgary to provide additional information concerning the déterminants of extra-market wage differentials.

Downloadable (with restrictions). Differences in the occupational distributions of men and women represent an important source of male-female differentials. Yet most studies of wage differences concentrate only on either occupational segregation or the problem of unequal pay for equal work.

This study refines and merges these two approaches, allowing for variation both in occupational. Free Online Library: Establishment wage differentials: microdata from the BLS Occupational Employment Statistics program are providing researchers a fresh approach to use in studying how wages are influenced by the establishment in which an individual works.(Report) by "Monthly Labor Review"; Business Human resources and labor relations Employers Economic aspects Wages Surveys Wages.

U.S. educational and occupational wage differentials were exceptionally high at the dawn of the twentieth century and then decreased in several stages over the next eight decades. But starting in the early s the labor market premium to skill rose sharply and by the college wage premium was back at its level.

The compensating wage differential varies considerably across industries and demographic groups. Compensating wage differentials appear to be smaller for disadvantaged groups, such as non-English-speaking Mexican immigrants, making these groups prime candidates for expanded attention by OSHA.

Public Wage Differentials and the Treatment of Occupational Differences Dale Belman, John S Heywood. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management.

Hoboken: Winter Vol. 23, Iss. 1; pg. Abstract (Summary) Past research demonstrates that the estimated size of the federal government earnings differential shrinks substantially with the.that the hourly wages of farm workers, who are closer substitutes for urban unskilled and semiskilled than for urban skilled workers, would 'M.

W. Reder, "The Theoiy of Occupational Wage Differentials," American Economic Review, Dec.pp.especially n. 1, contains a fairly ex-tensive bibliography of the literature before that date.Native–Immigrant Wage Differentials and Occupational Segregation in the Greek Labour Market Article (PDF Available) in Applied Economics 42(8) March with Reads.