Aeliya Naqi 070586950 - Assignment 1

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Peter Sinclair Aeliya Naqi 070586950 Economics 451  – Applied Economic Research  Assignment 1 Article : The Payoff: Returns to University, College and Trades Education in  Canada, 1980 to 2005  by Boothby, Daniel and Torben Drewes In this article the author talks about what the payoff in earnings is based  on the post-secondary education level a student has. It provides evidence that  shows that gender and education level can make a difference in the workforce. It  also discusses  whether Canada produces too many postsecondary graduates  and whether too many of Canada’s post-secondary graduates are from non- university programs and states different facts and numbers to the topics. With the  facts and figures provided in the article, it allows us to answer the question above  by   saying   “no”.   The   earnings   premia   for   all   the   levels   of   post-secondary  education has rise over the period 1980-2005 for both men and women, but not  for any of the trade graduates. A number of findings show that earnings premium  to a bachelors degree is marked higher for women than men. The crude rate of 
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Peter Sinclair Aeliya Naqi 070586950 return computations indicate that, on average, students’ investment of time and  foregone earnings in most of these types of study earns a substantial return. 
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course ECON 451 taught by Professor Sinclair during the Winter '11 term at Wilfred Laurier University .

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