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Unformatted text preview: the BLACK/WHITE gap increases with age (the linear term is negative), but
eventually closes up again (the square term is positive). At age 20 the gap is
, or almost 14 percent. By age 40 the gap is
. By age 60 the gap has narrow a bit, to
Effectively, the black/white wage gap starts moderately large and grows over one’s
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