Notes on the NAS Study of Equal Pay for Jobs of Equal Value

@article{Hartmann1983NotesOT,
  title={Notes on the NAS Study of Equal Pay for Jobs of Equal Value},
  author={Heidi I. Hartmann and Donald J. Treiman},
  journal={Public Personnel Management},
  year={1983},
  volume={12},
  pages={404 - 417}
}
he problem of "comparable worth," or "equal pay for jobs of equal value," or "pay equity," arises because of the large and continuing differential in men's and women's L ^ ^ l earnings and the persistent segregation of men and women in the labor market. The earnings gap has remained at approximately 40 percent for practically as long as statistics have been kept; that is, women who work full time, year round earn on average 60 percent of what full-time, year-round male workers earn. Women are… Expand
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