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Unformatted text preview: i Labnr farce panicipatinn rates amung mathers Ag: -:-f '3.I-:-urs E=::'-|Z Page or inf-Jung IaE-t Age -:-r youngest Age cf yuungast I:.'|'|i|::| urn-1E1 1 E-TliI-El E II:- 1?" child 3 II:- 5 :.'|'Ii|::| urn-:5" :- S-:-ur-:E: Bureau c-f Lab-Dr StatiEtics. .-|—'\—F J Beyond "The Average Worker”: Trends in Long and Short Workweeks 1970 and 1990, by Gender MEN WOMEN < 30 Hrs > 50 Hrs < 30 Hrs > 50 Hrs Who Are the Overworked Americans? Working Time for Professionals and Others (Men and Women Workers, 2000 CPS) D M Prof D M Other El F Prof I F Other Overworked Individuals or Families? Couples’ Combined Working Time 1970 and 2000, Married Couples 18-64 m! Husband Wife Only AlCouples Only Table 2. Trends in Joint Hours of Paid Work by Eusbands and Wives, 1970~2000, (Non‘Farm) Married Couples Aged 18—64 Source: Current Population Survey (CPS. 1970, 2000) Mean Hours % Working % Working 'Husband’e Wife’s Last Week Less Than 100+ Hours Hours Hours All Jobs 70 Hours Per Week (s.d.) Per Week . A. 2000 Total, 311 Couples 63.1 ' 53.7 9.3 43.5 26.4 Both work (59.6%) 33.5 13.9 14.5 45.0- .35.3 Husband Only Works (26.0%) 44.9 95.2 0.0 44.9 0.0 Wife Only Works (7.1%) 37.2 97.9 0.0 0.0 37.2 Neither Works (7.2%) 0.0 100.0 0.0 .0.0 0.0 B. 1970 Total, All Couples 52.5 53.4 3.1 33.3 33.6 Both Work (35.9%) 78.0 24.9 8.7 44.1 33.9 Husband Only Works (51.4%) 44.4 96.0 0.0 44.4 0.0 Wife Only Works (4.6%) 35.5 99.6 0.0 0.0 ' 35.5 Neither Works (3.2%) 0.0 103.0 0.0 _ a 0.3 0.9 What Do Workers Want? Actual vs. Ideal Working Time < 30 30-39 40-49I 50-59 60+ <30 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+ Figure 1: in eetimated male-female wage gap Per: em 19?9 199; 1939 1994 1999 2'33?"- Eieuree: Aufllnre' enleulajem using the CPS fer fIflL-th-e werleen and eeurrelljug far edue attenu and age. Median ueualweekly earninge effull-time wage and salary werkere by age and sex, third quarter ZDDEI l Wemen I Men TetaLalI ‘IEtEI‘IQ EUtIII24 EE’EIII34 SEtEHM 4Etfl54 55tflfi4 Eifiyeare agee years years years years years years andever ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY V93.0001.0 taught by Professor Arum during the Fall '10 term at NYU.

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