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Anthony P. Carnevale Stephen J. Rose Andrew. R. Hanson

Anthony P. Carnevale Stephen J. Rose Andrew. R. Hanson

Table A2: Regression

Table A2: Regression analyses with in-field variable, SIPP 2004/2008 All workers Male workers Female workers Variable Coefficient Probability Coefficient Probability Coefficient Probability Female -0.499

44 are made for educational attainment. Certificate holders get a 30 percent premium over high school workers; this is significantly higher than the bump found in the SIPP data and reflects the fact that getting a certificate is a very good start to one’s career. In the NLSY, there is no difference between men and women in the size of this bump). Table A3: Earnings Returns to Certificates, NLSY Data Simple Regression Add Skill Measure Add Experience Coefficient Probability Coefficient Probability Coefficient Probability Female -0.32

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In J. E. Moody, S. J. Hanson, & R. P. Lippmann (eds.)