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Occupational Match Quality and Gender over Two Cohorts

John Addison (), Liwen Chen and Orgul D. Ozturk

No 7350, CESifo Working Paper Series from CESifo Group Munich

Abstract: Using a multi-dimensional measure of occupational mismatch, we report distinct gender differences in match quality and changes in match quality over the course of careers. A substantial portion of the gender wage gap stems from match quality differences among more educated individuals. College-educated females are significantly more mismatched than males. Individuals with children and in more flexible occupations also tend to be more mismatched. Again, this is especially true of women. Cohort effects are also discernible: college-educated males of the younger cohort have lower match quality than the older cohort, even as the new generation of women is doing better.

Keywords: multidimensional skills; occupational mismatch; match quality; wages; gender wage gap; fertility; fertility timing (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J13 J16 J22 J23 J24 J31 J33 J38 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
New Economics Papers: this item is included in nep-gen, nep-hrm, nep-lma and nep-ltv
Date: 2018
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