Les carrières salariales des hommes et des femmes : quelle convergence sur longue période ?

Abstract : The authors test the assumption of a convergence between the wage careers of men and women. To do this, they examine a large panel of French employees from the private sector, by using a new and rich dataset: the EIC (Échantillon Inter-régimes de Cotisants) 2001 panel. Two generations are observed, the first one composed of individuals born in 1946 and the second one of individuals born in 1962. In the former case, men wage careers appear to be very different of women ones. When considering the latter a convergence may be observed toward a new form, different of the men previous model. The careers may be long now but are frequently interrupted, such interruptions being more frequent both for men and women. There is still a wage gap between men and women but also a significant increasing of heterogeneity within each population.
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Fabienne Berton, Jean-Pierre Huiban, Frédérique Nortier. Les carrières salariales des hommes et des femmes : quelle convergence sur longue période ?. Travail et Emploi, DARES, 2011, pp. 9-25. ⟨10.4000/travailemploi.5048⟩. ⟨halshs-00644181⟩

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