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occupational segregation - Stanford University

ences, implying that occupations “explain” about 18 percent of the human capital-adjusted gender gap in wages. The share varies by race and is sensitive to the other covari-ates included in the model, but it is typically greater than the shares due to education or experience. 10 It follows that as occupational segregation declines, so too


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