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Transitions through the Labor Market -

Transitions through the Labor Market

Work, Occupation, Earnings and Retirement

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Understanding the factors that affect how one transitions from school to the labor market and finally to retirement is important both to the individual and to the policy maker. This volume contains seven original and innovative articles that analyze aspects of such labor market transitions. Questions answered include: How did hiring and firing decisions change for blacks and Hispanics relative to whites in the Great Recession? Can redesigning the minimum wage lead to more efficient employment transitions and greater social welfare? What are the factors leading a company to fast-track an employee? How does the number of layers in a company's hierarchical structure affect one's ability to be promoted? Do women gravitate to more socially caring occupations because they care more than men? Does gaming among youth increase math scores more for boys than girls? And, does good health impede one's inclination to retire?

Product code: 9781787564626

ISBN 9781787564626
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H229xW152
Series Research in Labor Economics
No. Of Pages 320
Publisher Emerald Publishing Limited
This volume contains seven original and innovative articles which analyze labor market transitions, how individuals progress from school to work, choose a particular occupation, move up the job ladder, and finally withdraw from the workforce to retirement. Investigations are done by race and gender; and social implications are examined.