Job Switching and Wage Growth
Alejandro Justiniano and
Jason Faberman ()
Chicago Fed Letter, 2015, No 337
This article shows a remarkably strong relationship between job switching and nominal wage growth. We also find a fairly strong relationship between job switching and the cyclical component of inflation. Furthermore, job switching seems to be predictive of both wage growth and inflation.
Keywords: inflation; Employment; wage; job (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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