Labor Market Status of Older Males in Early Twentieth Century America

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This paper explores the labor market status of older males in the early twentieth century, focusing on the question of whether their departure from employment was forced or voluntary. A comparison of the hazard of retirement across occupations shows that men who had better occupations in terms of economic status and work conditions were less likely to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Lee2000LaborMS, title={Labor Market Status of Older Males in Early Twentieth Century America}, author={Chulhee Lee and Edward Devine}, year={2000} }