NotesFAQContact Us
Collection
Advanced
Search Tips
Assessments and Surveys
What Works Clearinghouse Rating
Showing 16 to 29 of 29 results Save | Export
Schuller, Tom – Adults Learning, 2007
One of the most striking, and almost universal, educational trends of the last decade has been the shift in the relative achievements of males and females. In almost every OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) country, girls now do better than boys at almost every level, up to and including doctoral, and in almost every…
Descriptors: Educational Attainment, Educational Trends, Gender Differences, Social Capital
Peer reviewed Peer reviewed
Direct linkDirect link
McGuinness, Seamus; Sloane, Peter J. – Economics of Education Review, 2011
There is much disagreement in the literature over the extent to which graduates are mismatched in the labour market and the reasons for this. In this paper we utilise the Flexible Professional in the Knowledge Society (REFLEX) data set to cast light on these issues, based on data for UK graduates. We find substantial pay penalties for…
Descriptors: Job Satisfaction, Labor Market, Salary Wage Differentials, Education Work Relationship
Peer reviewed Peer reviewed
Direct linkDirect link
Dozier, Raine – Social Forces, 2010
During the 1980s and 1990s, industrial restructuring led to a marked increase in wage inequality. Women, however, were not as negatively affected by declining manufacturing employment because their pay was relatively low within the industry, and their already high representation in the service sector provided access to newly created opportunities.…
Descriptors: Females, Employment Patterns, Manufacturing, Whites
Jackson, Patricia – CURRENTS, 2011
The author did not expect to be surprised or disturbed by the data from the latest Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) salary survey; however, she was. CASE has been conducting the survey since 1982, so she assumed the findings would mirror her own salary history and those of her peers. While she suspected that older women…
Descriptors: Comparable Worth, Salary Wage Differentials, Employment Practices, Gender Bias
American Federation of Teachers (NJ), 2008
Over the last generation, the instructional staffing system in American higher education has experienced a significant reduction in the proportion of jobs for full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty members and a dramatic growth in fixed-term full- and part-time instructional jobs without tenure. About 70 percent of the people teaching in…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Tenure, Public Colleges, Health Insurance
Hartmann, Heidi I. – 2000
Studies indicate these potential sources of wage differentials between women and men: women have different skills and qualifications; they work in the same jobs and establishments and have equal qualifications but receive unequal pay; and they work in different jobs or establishments, where pay is low, but have qualifications similar to men…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Comparable Worth, Educational Policy, Educational Research
Robertson, Heather-Jane – Education Canada, 2000
Demographic projections concerning the shortage of teachers in Canada, their pay scale, the feminization of teaching, the gender gap in salaries, and teacher autonomy have often been incorrect, or correct for the wrong reasons. Instead of relying on demographic predictions, teachers should contemplate who they really want to be professionally,…
Descriptors: Comparable Worth, Demography, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Opportunities (Jobs)
Toutkoushian, Robert K. – 1998
This paper summarizes the key findings of two separate studies of issues pertaining to pay equity for faculty by race and gender. Data were obtained from the 1988 and 1993 National Studies of Postsecondary Faculty, which contain information on 11,013 and 31,354 faculty, respectively. It was found that the unexplained wage gap between men and women…
Descriptors: Blacks, College Faculty, Comparable Worth, Comparative Analysis
Loutfi, Martha Fetherolf, Ed. – 2001
This anthology contains 22 articles published in the "International Labor Review" between 1996-2000 on many dimensions of women, gender, and work. Part I is an introduction called "Women, Gender, and Work--An Overview" (Martha F. Loutfi), sets the framework in terms of the value of work, rights, and goals. Part II on concepts…
Descriptors: Affirmative Action, Comparable Worth, Developed Nations, Developing Nations
Hartmann, Heidi; Allen, Katherine; Owens, Christine – 1999
A national study, including state-by-state breakouts, analyzed Census Bureau and Bureau of Labor Statistics data to explore the wage gap. Median weekly earnings of men and women and of minorities and nonminorities were analyzed. Gender-based earnings differences and gender wage gaps were large for all women--and especially large for minority…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Comparable Worth, Comparative Analysis, Dual Career Family
Peter, Sharlene A. – 1994
This paper discusses 14 issues related to gender equity in intercollegiate athletics, including: (1) the cost dilemma, in which institutions have to cut men's sports to introduce women's sports; (2) equal pay for the coaches of men's and women's teams; (3) the gender of coaches, namely men coaching women's teams; (4) peer harassment among…
Descriptors: College Athletics, Comparable Worth, Court Litigation, Disabilities
Peer reviewed Peer reviewed
Kemp, Alice Abel; Beck, E. M. – Work and Occupations: An International Sociological Journal, 1986
Describes an empirical method to identify work-similar occupations using selected measures from the Dictionary of Occupational Titles. Examines male-female earnings differences within a group of work-similar occupations and finds that discrimination against females is extensive. (Author/CH)
Descriptors: Affirmative Action, Comparable Worth, Employed Women, Employment Practices
Peer reviewed Peer reviewed
Direct linkDirect link
Jones, Cheryl, Bland; Gates, Michael – Economics of Education Review, 2004
Despite numerous studies examining nursing wages, very little attention has focused on nursing wage differentials. We build on previous research by modeling nursing wages and examining male-female wage differences within the context of the current nursing shortage. Our results show that male nurses do earn a wage premium, largely explained by…
Descriptors: Salary Wage Differentials, Nursing, Females, Males
Dunn, Dana – 1997
The following papers are included: "Foreword" (Paula England); "Introduction to the Study of Women and Work" (Dana Dunn); "Gender Culture and Socialization" (Rita Mae Kelly); "Parental Influence and Women's Careers" (Sue Joan Mendelson Freeman); "Shortchanging Girls: Gender Socialization in…
Descriptors: Blacks, Blue Collar Occupations, Career Choice, Case Studies
« Previous Page | Next Page
Pages: 1  |  2