A Comparative Analysis of Female-Male Early Youth Careers

  • Industrial Relations A Journal of Economy and Society, March 1982, Wiley
  • DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-232x.1982.tb00230.x

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Analyzed data from 657 males and 738 females (ages 14–24 yrs) included in the National Longitudinal Surveys to test a proposed model hypothesizing a set of recursive, longitudinal relationships among work-related and exogenous variables. Although background effects were comparable for males and females, there was a relative dearth of effects with respect to career-related constructs for females.

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