Wage inequality: studying the pay gap between women and other women in traditionally male occupations
Posted: 24 Jun 2020

Oxford Sociology DPhil alumnus, Felix Busch, publishes doctoral research in latest issue of Demography.

The study, which explores the changes in wage differentiation between women and other women in traditionally male occupations, has found that this pay gap has significantly grown over the course of the past 25 years. Further, that this growth in wage disparity is driven first and foremost by the sorting of women with a high level of education into male-typed occupations.

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