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April 1993, Vol. 116, No. 4
Jonathan R. Veum
Economist, Office of Economic Research, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Andrea B. Weiss
Economist, formerly in the Office of Economic Research, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth show significant differences by sex and race in youth labor market experience. However, many of these differences become smaller or disappear completely with increases in educational attainment. This article analyzes the work histories of young workers, focusing on differences in work experience by educational level.
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