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This research examines the job mobility of young, white women using a continoustime, stochastic model. The results indicate that rates of women's job transitions within full-time employment are decreased by job rewards, SES, and wages, and increased by IQ and age. A woman's education, however,...
A longitudinal study of the varying impact of educational sponsorship upon the early professional careers of male college graduates of elite and nonelite social origins suggests that attendance at high quality colleges benefits more the children of nonelite families than it does those from elite...
This article presents evidence from two small samples in the United States and in England that indicates that male and female incumbents in the same occupations are not accorded equal prestige. Respondents accorded men in traditionally male occupations, such as architecture, mining, and...
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