Gender Wage Gap And Variation In Marriage

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Lundberg, Pollak, and Sterns (2015) article is about rising divorce, gender wage gap and variation in marriage and unmarried living arrangements. They used US Census data, Child Trends data bank and National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health and 2007–2013 Current Population Survey data. They have discovered, women with high educational attainment to marry first than women with lower educational attainment. They found some difference in cohabitation between upper and lower education. Individuals with college education living in cohabitation for 1.5 years to be married, and people with less education at 2 years. The gender wage gap has declined over 4 decades and closer to equal pay. The pay inequality between men and women is
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