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  1. Chapter 12 Gender, Race, and Ethnicity in the Labor Market

  2. Table 12.1: Shares of the Civilian Labor Force for Major Demographic Groups: 1984, 1994, 2004, 2014

  3. Figure 12.1: Mean Earnings as a Percentage of White Male Earnings, Various Demographic Groups, Full-Time Workers over 24 Years Old, 2005

  4. Table 12.2: Female Earnings as a Percentage of Male Earnings, by Age and Education, Full-Time Workers, 2005

  5. Table 12.3: Female/Male Earnings Ratios and Percentages of Female Jobholders, Full-Time Wage and Salary Workers, by Selected High- and Low-Paying Occupations, 2005

  6. Table 12.4: Employment Ratios, Labor Force Participation Rates, and Unemployment Rates, by Race and Gender,* 1970-2005

  7. Table 12.5: Male Earnings Differences, by Ancestry, 1990

  8. Figure 12.2: Equilibrium Employment of Women or Minorities in Firms that Discriminate

  9. Figure 12.3: Market Demand for Women or Minorities as a Function of Relative Wages

  10. Figure 12.4: Effects on Relative Wages of an Increased Number of Nondiscriminatory Employers

  11. Figure 12.5: Effects on Relative Wages of a Decline in the Discriminatory Preferences of Employers

  12. Figure 12.6: The Screening Problem

  13. Figure 12.7: Labor Market Crowding

  14. Figure 12.8: Search-Related Monopsony and Wage Discrimination

  15. Example 12.4: Comparable Worth and the University The Market for Computer Science and English Professors

  16. Table 12.6: Change in the Racial Composition of a 1,600-Person Job Group with Nondiscriminatory Hiring from a Pool That Is 12% Black (20% yearly turnover rate)

  17. Appendix 12A Estimating Comparable-Worth Earnings Gaps: An Application of Regression Analysis

  18. Figure 12A.1: Estimated Male Comparable-Worth Salary Equation

  19. Figure 12A.2: Using the Estimated Male Comparable-Worth Salary Equation to Estimate the Extent of Underpayment in Female Jobs