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Title: Black-White Differences in Annual Hours of Work Supplied Among Males 45-59 Years of Age: A Progress Report
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1. Egge, Karl Albert
Black-White Differences in Annual Hours of Work Supplied Among Males 45-59 Years of Age: A Progress Report
Report, Columbus OH: Center for Human Resource Research, The Ohio State University, 1971
Cohort(s): Older Men
Publisher: Center for Human Resource Research
Keyword(s): Racial Differences; Wages; Work Hours

This first stage of investigation of racial differences in the amount of labor supplied by middle-aged men attempts to explain why white men 45 to 59 years old supplied about 200 more hours of work during 1965 than black men in the same age category. The investigation is confined to individuals whose current or last job was a wage or salary worker.
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Egge, Karl Albert. "Black-White Differences in Annual Hours of Work Supplied Among Males 45-59 Years of Age: A Progress Report." Report, Columbus OH: Center for Human Resource Research, The Ohio State University, 1971.