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Table 6 Oaxaca decomposition of voluntary separation rates

From: Measuring links between labor monopsony and the gender pay gap in Brazil

  Endowments Coefficients
ln(wage) −.001 −.075
  (.00006) (.02)
Age 30–39 −.00003 −.0009
  (7.50e −06) (.001)
Age 40–49 .0003 .0004
  (.00006) (.002)
Education: middle −.00002 .0007
  (.00003) (.0004)
Education: high school .00004 .003
  (.0001) (.001)
Education: college −.001 .004
  (.0002) (.001)
Sector dummies .001 .002
  (.0002) (.0008)
Region dummies .0002 .0002
  (.00002) (.0007)
Occupation dummies .001 .002
  (.0002) (.0009)
Potential experience −.0007 .025
  (.0003) (.012)
Potential experience-squared .0006 −.006
  (.0002) (.004)
Firm variables   
ln(Employees) .0003 .001
  (.00004) (.001)
% primary educated .003 −.006
  (.0002) (.002)
% high school educated −.0009 −.006
  (.00008) (.002)
% white collar .0002 .001
  (.0001) (.001)
Constant . .054
  . (.016)
  1. Source: Brazilian RAIS, 2001. N=2,169,365
  2. Asterisks denote levels of significance: * p<0.05 and ** p<0.01