By Editors Randall W. Eberts and Richard A. Hobbie, Randall W. Eberts, Richard A. Hobbie
The chapters during this quantity, initially offered at a convention equipped by way of the nationwide Academy of Social assurance, come from a gaggle of coverage specialists who develop our figuring out of the exertions industry stories of older staff whereas mentioning that present crew courses usually depart this starting to be inhabitants underserved.
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4 percent increase for less-educated 60- to 64-year-old men is also due to their overrepresentation in these two sectors. For older women, the fixed-weight industry growth calculations suggest employment increases for most age and education groups. All have a large presence in the education and health services sector. The variation in their expected employment gains is due to their varying presence in the manufacturing sector. 1 percent of low-income older women. 9 percent decrease in employment.
The following two paragraphs describe the industry distributions in greater detail. 1 percent). Just over half work in these three sectors. 6 percent) sectors. Limiting the sample to older men with no more than a high school diploma leads to further concentration. 7 percent). 6 percent) sectors raises the share to two-thirds. 9 percent work in the sector. 3 percent). 0 NOTE: The columns are the share of a particular group in each industry. “All” corresponds to all men at least 18 years of age that work in either the public or the private sector.
However, this gain in heterogeneity comes with costs. Because the files start in 1979, we can only document the recovery of the 1974-to-1984 episode. Furthermore, the annual nature of the data means that we can only approximate the recovery and boom episodes, which are 1982 to 1987, 1982 to 1989, 1991 to 1996, 1991 to 2000, and 2001 to 2006. The samples are composed of all black, white, and Hispanic men and women that are 16 to 64 years of age. Three subsamples of older individuals are created: 50 to 54 years old, 55 to 60 years old, and 60 to 64 years old.