Wage Differentials in the United States: Does Religious Participation Matter?

@inproceedings{Beck2016WageDI,
  title={Wage Differentials in the United States: Does Religious Participation Matter?},
  author={Sedefka V. Beck},
  year={2016}
}
Using data on non-Hispanics from the 2005 Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), this article examines the within-religion association between religious participation and wages for mainline Protestants, conservative Protestants, and Catholics, the three major religious groups in the United States. While previous studies have examined this relationship for women only and using ordinary least squares (OLS), this article further analyzes gender differences and differences along the wage… CONTINUE READING

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