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ElmslieTibaldi,2007

ElmslieTibaldi,2007 - New Research Finds Gay Men But Not...

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New Research Finds Gay Men, But Not Lesbians, Are Discriminated Against In Some Jobs Contact: Lori Wright 603-862-0574 UNH Media Relations October 24, 2007 EDITORS AND REPORTERS: Bruce Elmslie is available to discuss his research on sexual orientation and labor market discrimination. He can be reached at 603-862-3347 or [email protected] . A high- resolution photo of Elmslie is available for download at http://unh.edu/news/img/UNH_BruceElmslie.jpg . Elmslie's article, "Sexual Orientation and Labor Market Discrimination," is available at http://www.metapress.com/content/v8x7px157v86q1m5/fulltext.html . DURHAM, N.H. – Gay men working in management and traditional blue-collar, male-dominated jobs make less than straight men because they are discriminated against by their employers, according to new research released today by the University of New Hampshire Whittemore School of Business and Economics. Lesbians, however, do not experience similar discrimination in the labor market, according to Bruce Elmslie, professor of economics, and his co-author Edinaldo Tebaldi, former assistant professor of economics at UNH now at Bryant University. Their research appears in the Journal of Labor Research in the article “Sexual Orientation and Labor Market Discrimination.”
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