Is income or employment a stronger predictor of smoking than education in economically less developed countries? A cross-sectional study in Hungary
- Earnings of couples with high and low levels of education. // Canadian Social Trends;Spring2005, Issue 76, p33
Focuses on the earnings of couples with high and low levels of education in Canada. Rise of employment income.
- 4.5 EDUCATION SYSTEM IN MONTENEGRO. // Montenegro Household Survey;Sep2002, Issue 5, p28
Discusses the educational system in Montenegro. Number of educational institutions in the country; Level of education according to age and educational stage; Relation between education and job and income.
- Income Convergence in a Rural, Majority African-American Region. Gyawali, Buddhi; Fraser, Rory; Bukenya, James; Schelhas, John // Review of Regional Studies;Summer2008, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p45
This paper revisits the issue of income convergence by examining the question of whether poorer Census Block Groups have been catching up with wealthier Census Block Groups over the 1980-2000 period. The dataset consists of 161 Census Block Groups in Alabama's west-central Black Belt region....
- Do Longer School Days Have Enduring Educational, Occupational, or Income Effects? A Natural Experiment in Buenos Aires, Argentina. LLACH, JUAN; ADROGUÉ, CECILIA; GIGAGLIA, MARÍA // Economia;Fall2009, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p1
The article examines the consequences for educational quality, subsequent occupation and income of an education policy in Argentina that lengthened the number of school days to double shift in selected schools. The study showed that graduation rate in these schools increased although data for...
- Employment and Social Security. Upadhyaya, Shyam; Ouchi, Mariko // Assessment of Social Assistance Scheme in the Kyrgyz Republic: I;2006, p33
The article discusses employment and social security in relation to the Targeted Social Assistance scheme in the Krygyz Republic. It is stated that the number of poor people who get an income from employment is less than those with other sources of income. It is noted that the sectors of...
- 3. KEY FINDINGS. // Montenegro Household Survey;Jun2002, Issue 4, p8
Presents the key findings of a household survey in Montenegro. Employment; Education; Income.
- Education's Limit. Brownstein, Ronald // National Journal;9/15/2012, p15
The article focuses on the conclusions on education as to the report of the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) entitled "State of Working America." The report, it says, tracked the trends in mobility, wages and employment concluding about the limits and power of education in expanding opportunity...
- Q & A. Clitheroe, Paul // Money (14446219);Mar2003, p102
Answers the questions related to finance. Suggestions on saving expendable income in a bank account; Significance of technical and further education to employment.
- Strengthening social cohesion: Making efficiency and equity go hand in hand. // OECD Economic Surveys: Luxembourg;Dec2012, Vol. 2012, p39
Luxembourg is a rich and fast-growing country. However, inequality of disposable incomes has trended up modestly over the past decades and relative poverty has risen reflecting mainly the rapid growth of high incomes. The relatively high inequality of market incomes is substantially reduced by...