Data collection on wages effect earnings

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Running head: EDUACTION AND EARNINGS DATA COLLECTION 1 Education and earnings data collection Betty Edwards, Beverly Blake, Colleen Frabotta, Kristen Loveday, Tera Coohon Res/341 August 22, 2011 Juan C. Salazar
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EDUACTION AND EARNINGS DATA COLLECTION 2 Education and earnings data collection After team A reviewed the articles that we chose, it is apparent that a person’s education can make a large difference in the amount of money that one can earn in a matter of a year, compared to those with less education. As a team we did not have a specific company, race, age, marital status age or any of the as a basis in the following paper, we simple used the articles, prior paper as well as the wage earners data set. The main goal of this paper was to see if people with a higher education or more education have the potential to make more annually so forth. As a team, we will show that with more education it is possible to earn more. Summaries of the articles and how it applies to our research topic The earnings effect of education: Dave E. Marcotte In this article Dave Marcotte uses the data from the 2000 follow-up of the National Education Longitudinal Survey postsecondary education transcript files to find out the value of education at community colleges. He not only looks for the earnings with credits but degrees as well. In this article there are many tables of information that was looked at. These included men and women, high school graduates versus having college education, wage and salary income, hourly rates of pay, race, experience, education levels, dependent variables, hourly salaries, and
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EDUACTION AND EARNINGS DATA COLLECTION 3 yearly salaries. This determined that the more education a person has the better the pay will be. The community college: educating students at the margin between college and work: Kane, Thomas J.; Rouse, Cecilia Elena This article talks about how even going to college for a little while will help someone earn more income even if he or she does not finish out the degree. It also talks about how some colleges offer distant learning programs to help out the students who cannot get into a classroom due to his or her schedule, work life, or personal life. Imagining Education: Educational Policy and the Labor Earnings Distribution: Amador D. This article tells about labor earnings and how schooling affects these particular earnings. It gives tables to show the statistics for average schooling years, schooling levels, labor earnings for women and men with the different levels of education. It also states that each added school year will generally add on 5%
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