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Table 8 Percent of entry effect due to mismatch: traditional vs. non-traditional immigrants

From: Does it matter if immigrants work in jobs related to their education?

  Traditional Non-traditional
  Mismatch Mismatch Percent Mismatch Mismatch Percent
  not held held change not held held change
  constant constant (1) vs. (2) constant constant (1) vs. (2)
  (1) (2) (3) (1) (2) (3)
Male immigrants  
Entry effect −0.178*** −0.162*** −8.90%*** −0.324*** −0.289*** −11.00%***
  (0.049) (0.050) (0.033) (0.032) (0.034) (0.018)
Female immigrants  
Entry effect −0.263*** −0.226*** −14.10%*** −0.364*** −0.322*** −11.70%***
  (0.043) (0.046) (0.036) (0.027) (0.029) (0.018)
  1. Note: significance level: *** p<0.01; ** p<0.05; * p<0.1. Entry effects are predicted using the estimates reported in Tables 3 and 4 and are transformed using (eb-1) as suggested by Halvorsen and Palmquist (1980). Standard errors are calculated using the delta method