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Table 4 Impact of Immigration on Wages: by Occupation Groups

From: The impact of EU and Non-EU immigration on British wages

  Ln (wages)irt-1   Immigrant/ native ratio)irt-1 Robust Standard Errors Sample Size Adjusted R-squared
Panel A: OLS estimation (Weighted)
Managers & Professionals    -0.239 [0.157] 2809 0.806
  0.943*** [0.015] -0.054*** [0.019] 2796 0.981
Skilled Production    -0.130*** [0.046] 1022 0.872
  0.946*** [0.017] -0.015*** [0.004] 1016 0.985
Semi/unskilled production    0.002 [0.034] 792 0.929
  0.934*** [0.012] -0.005 [0.004] 792 0.991
Semi/unskilled services    -0.152*** [0.028] 1318 0.949
  0.850*** [0.027] -0.024*** [0.006] 1318 0.985
Panel B: IV estimation (Weighted)
Managers & Professionals    -0.394** [0.167] 2807 0.804
  0.918*** [0.017] -0.056** [0.017] 2794 0.975
Skilled Production    -0.132*** [0.037] 1011 0.872
  0.946*** [0.015] -0.016*** [0.005] 1005 0.985
Semi/unskilled production    0.048 [0.040] 792 0.921
  0.934*** [0.012] 0.001 [0.009] 792 0.991
Semi/unskilled services    -0.259*** [0.085] 1317 0.931
  0.844*** [0.026] -0.034*** [0.011] 1317 0.985
  1. Notes:
  2. a All specifications use clustered robust standard errors, and all equation are weighted using the levels of employment by each occupation and region cell
  3. b Each equation also includes lagged unemployment, age controls, skill controls, year dummies, and region dummies
  4. b Notes (d)- (e), Table 2; Note (c), Table 3.
  5. Sources: LFS and ASHE/NES