1 edition of Compensation in certain occupations of graduates of colleges for women found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Wadlin, Horace G. (Horace Greeley), 1851-1925|
|LC Classifications||HD6061 .W17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 47 p.|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||09005305|
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Compensation in certain occupations of graduates of colleges for women. Compensation in certain occupations of graduates of colleges for women.
by Massachusetts. Bureau of statistics of labor. [from old catalog] Publication date Topics Women college graduates -- Employment, Wages -- Women Publisher Boston, Wright & Potter printing co Pages: Get this from a library. Compensation in certain occupations of graduates of colleges for women.
[Horace G Wadlin; Massachusetts. Bureau of Statistics of Labor.]. Get this from a library. Compensation in certain occupations of graduates of colleges for women. [Horace G Wadlin]. Compensation in Certain Occupations of Women Who Have Received College Or Other Special Training ACA collaborates with the Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor to analyze the pay of college-educated women in Compensation in Certain Occupations of Women Who Have Received College or Other Special Training.
Regardless of college major, the jobs held by the most women tend to pay the least. For instance, among biology majors who become nurses, 82 percent are women, and the average salary is $65, Women Dominate College Majors That Lead to Lower-Paying Work.
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The wage gap between men and women persists, even among graduates from the nation's top schools. The wage gap between men and women persists, even among graduates from the nation's top : Mckenna Moore.
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We’ll start by describing what a women’s college is and how to tell if you’re a good match for File Size: KB. I read recently that only 1 in 4 college graduates are finding jobs.
On top of that, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 8 of the 10 fastest growing jobs don’t require a 4-year degree. As you might expect, these are service jobs and they’re difficult to outsource. Booyah.
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But, more importantly, you need to remember that money isn’t the only factor you need to think about. Career coach Dan Miller—author of 48 Days to the Work You Love and No More Mondays—says that money is ultimately never enough compensation for doing a job.
Hopefully, you chose your college major because it was something you enjoyed studying. Women, ages 25 and older, now account for more than half of the college-educated workforce (%) — an 11% increase since The academic school year was the first time that women.
Male college graduates usually benefit from this, as they gravitate toward higher paying jobs, while women gravitate toward lower paying jobs.
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