TITLE

Investigation the Effect of Gender, Experience and Education on the Earning of Urban and Rural Employees

AUTHOR(S)
Moshtaghi, Masoumeh; Alipour, Hamidreza; Zaroki, Shahryar; Mirebrahimi, Seyedali; Ghavidel, Sanaz
PUB. DATE
July 2011
SOURCE
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;Jul2011, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p200
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
due to the necessity for determining effective factors on peoples income and the rate of effectiveness, In this article, the effect of main variables in human capital, such as, official education and work experience years along with gender variable on employees' income in urban and rural areas in Mazandaran have been examined during 1989 to 2008. The results which have been gained by the Mincer's earning function for every year show that, in urban and rural areas, education had positive and significant effect on employees' income in urban and rural areas and this effect increases by increasing the educational category. The years of work experiences, has significant and positive effect and the urban and rural employees reach the highest income at age of 47 and 51. Also, due to significant coefficient of gender variable, men have more income than women on average and this discrimination is more obvious in rural areas.
ACCESSION #
69734904

 

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