Pay differences between men and women in the same job

Buckley, John E.
November 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Nov71, Vol. 94 Issue 11, p36
Academic Journal
Compares the average earnings of the sexes for all establishments that employ both men and women in the U.S. Average earnings of men and women in ten occupational classifications; Median and middle ranges of within-establishment percentage differences by which men's earnings exceeded women's in ten occupations.


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