Wage Inequalities: A Result of Different Levels and Fields of Tertiary Education?
Darjan Petek and
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Darjan Petek: UniCredit Bank, Slovenia
Timotej Jagric: University of Maribor, Slovenia
Management, 2017, vol. 12, issue 1, 59-73
In this article we examine the impact of tertiary education on the amounts of wages in Slovenia for 2011. We use micro data from the statistical survey Structure of Earnings Statistics and micro data from the survey of graduates from tertiary education. We found out that there are significant differences in the amounts of wages as regards the level and field of education. Region and activity of the company where the person is employed also plays an important role in wage determination. Also the effects of gender and public/private sector are statistically significant. Using the average wage per hour as dependent variable gives similar results as the average annual wages.
Keywords: wage inequalities; fields of study; level of education; Mincer regression; returns to education (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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