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June 1984, Vol. 107, No. 6
Investigating the differences
in weekly earnings of women and men
Studies report wide variances in the value of factors explaining the female-male earnings gap; standardization of BLS weekly earnings data shows that some of the gap is explained by age, education, occupation, and hours worked.
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