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Human Population Development
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Changing Life Chances
Increases in education (most important), labor force participation, occupational status, income, wealth, and reduction in poverty.
US Educational Attainment
A higher percentage of females graduated high school b/c men were called to agriculture and mining jobs.
Afghanistan has the largest gender gap b/w female and male literacy rates.
Women are payed less than men. Not unique to the U.S. Better negogiate, not disrespectful!
Labor Force Participation
Baby boomer women really pushed to join the workforce.
Familial and family support affects fertility. Shown that women choose career than a family.
More child programs, men helping with chores and children, and maternity leave = women more likely to have children.
U.S. Occupational Distribution
Women more likely to have service and sales positions
Men more likely to be in physical jobs.
Women less likely to be promoted and more likely to be stuck in the lowest paying positons.
Median Income in the U.S. Varies by Age, Educatonal Attainment, and Martial Status
-Peak income is in mid-50s
-Significant gap b/w high school and college education
-Married people have more money
Poverty in the United States
More children = more poverty
Headed by a single female mother = more poverty
Difference b/w the value of your assets and the amount those assets costs.
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