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        StatementNew American Library
        PublishersNew American Library
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        LC Classifications1986
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 60 p. :
        Number of Pages84
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100451625064
        Series
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        A Black woman speaks / by Beah Richards Toussaint / by Lorraine Hansberry Wedding band / by Alice Childress The tapestry / by Alexis DeVeaux Unfinished women cry in no mans land while a bird dies in a gilded cage / by Aishah Rahman spell #7 / by ntozake shange The brothers / by Kathleen Collins Paper dolls / by Elaine Jackson Brown silk and magenta sunsets / by P.J. Gibson.

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In general, college graduates have fared the worst when it comes to the widening of the gap while black men with more work experience have fared worse when it comes to the overall size of the gap today:• The wage gaps within experience categories should be interpreted with caution because of the well-known biases associated with using potential experience versus actual experience and changes in the measurement of educational attainment, beginning with the 1992 CPS see note 6 for an explanation.

Between 1979 and 1985, the average wage gaps of experienced workers expanded, ranging from 2. Try pointing in different ways, using two fingers for one object, then vaguely waving at the next. Since 2000, there has been increased variation in minimum-wage policy across states and localities as racial wage gaps across the country have continued to grow, but at a slower pace than they did during the 1980s.

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The first and second terms on the right-hand side are measured quantities associated with educational attainment, experience, metro status, and region. As a result, pay disparities by race and ethnicity have remained unchanged or have expanded. All wage gaps among the various education sub-groups that we analyze narrowed as well.

Address the broader problem of stagnant wages by raising the federal minimum wage, creating new work scheduling standards, and rigorously enforcing wage laws aimed at preventing wage theft. The percentage of white men with at least a high school diploma has increased by 4. 0 percentage points in 2015but account for a growing portion of the estimated gaps among women over time from 1. From 1996 to 2000, the relative earnings of new-entrant black men and women narrowed by 3.

In order to test these theories about how wage gap trends are related to variations in regional economies, we focus on high school graduates who, as less-skilled workers, are most susceptible to regional fluctuations in the economy. Figure D shows that the male black-white wage gap expands across both experience categories, but the gaps in each year are always smaller among new entrants, representing blacks and whites with the least potential experience.