Job Training: Costs, Returns, and Wage Profiles

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Jacob Mincer;
(1989)

Using information on time costs of training and gains in wages attributable to training I computed rates of return on training investments. The range of estimates based on several data sets generally exceeds the magnitudes of rates of return usually observed for schooli... View more
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