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Table 5 Multinomial logit regressions by education

From: Labor market mobility and the early-career outcomes of immigrant men

  With a bachelor’s degree or higher degree Without a bachelor’s degree
(1) (2)
Outcome: unemployment
 White Canadian-born (predicted probability) 0.030*** 0.065***
(0.009) (0.009)
 Visible minority Canadian-born − 0.025** − 0.000
(0.010) (0.030)
 White immigrant − 0.014 − 0.005
(0.014) (0.027)
 Visible minority immigrant 0.004 0.016
(0.030) (0.035)
Outcome: different employer
 White Canadian-born (predicted probability) 0.050*** 0.115***
(0.016) (0.011)
 Visible minority Canadian-born − 0.039** − 0.006
(0.017) (0.044)
 White immigrant 0.069 0.093
(0.065) (0.069)
 Visible minority immigrant 0.023 0.069
(0.043) (0.072)
Outcome: same employer and promoted
 White Canadian-born (predicted probability) 0.342*** 0.356***
(0.029) (0.021)
 Visible minority Canadian-born − 0.012 − 0.084
(0.109) (0.093)
 White immigrant 0.017 − 0.040
(0.081) (0.068)
 Visible minority immigrant − 0.085 − 0.194***
(0.067) (0.050)
Outcome: same employer and not promoted
 White Canadian-born (predicted probability) 0.577*** 0.464***
(0.030) (0.020)
 Visible minority Canadian-born 0.076 0.092
(0.110) (0.089)
 White immigrant − 0.072 − 0.047
(0.084) (0.070)
 Visible minority immigrant 0.057 0.108
(0.088) (0.084)
# of observations 1275 3632
  1. Notes: See the notes for Table 2. We separately estimate the multinomial logit models for workers with a bachelor’s degree and those without such a degree and report the estimates in columns (1) and (2)
  2. *Significant at the 10% level; **significant at the 5% level; ***significant at the 1% level