Employee training and wage dispersion: white- and blue-collar workers in Britain
Yekaterina Chzhen and
Karen Mumford ()
A chapter in Jobs, Training, and Worker Well-being, 2010, pp 35-60 from Emerald Group Publishing Limited
We use household panel data to explore the wage returns associated with training incidence and intensity (duration) for British employees. We find these returns differ depending on the nature of the training, who funds the training, the skill levels of the recipient (white- or blue-collar), the age of the employee and if the training is with the current employer or not. Using decomposition analysis, training is found to be positively associated with wage dispersion: a virtuous circle of wage gains and training exists in Britain but only for white-collar employees.
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