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TitleWhy do so few women work in New York (and so many in Minneapolis)? Labor supply of married women across U.S. cities
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PublisherFederal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
DateMay 2008
Pages47 pp.
DescriptionThis study found that white married women in Minneapolis are more likely to work than white married women in any other major city. After looking at a variety of possible explanations, they found that cities that had large increases in average commuting times from 1980 through 2000 had slower growth in labor force participation.
Filed inTransportation > Access, Workforce > Employment, Disparities > Health
TopicsEconomy, Transportation, Workforce
Added06/03/2008 11:54am
Updated05/22/2009 09:24am

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