NLSY

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NLSYNational Longitudinal Survey of Youth (USA)
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We followed procedures developed by the Department of Defense to compute the composite AFQT standard scores and the resulting percentile rankings in the NLSY data.
Like SK01, we utilize data from the NLSY up to 1998 (GF use data through 1992).
The National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY), designed to represent the entire population of American youth, consists of a randomly chosen sample of 6,111 U.S.
In testing this hypothesis, we use the rich data on post-secondary education programs available in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY).
My approach builds on several of the earlier studies using the relatively detailed information available in the NLSY. Although some of the earlier studies--Blau and Robins (1991), Leibowitz, Klerman, and Waite (1992), and Klerman and Leibowitz (1990)--use NLSY data as well, their data are less current and hence less representative of women at first birth.
Total income in 2006 consists of all pre-tax earnings from wages, salary, commissions and tips from all jobs and is available in the NLSY. (13) Females who were bullied at any age earned significantly less than their male counterparts and those who were bullied earned less than those who were never bullied.
Directly comparing the returns to social skills in the NLSY 1979 and 1997 surveys, I find that social skills are a significantly more important predictor of full-time employment and wages in the more recent cohort.
White married parents suffered a decline in net worth of over $60,000 between 2007 and 2013 according to the SCF, but an increase of about $12,000 in the longitudinal NLSY data.
The data used in this analysis come from the 1979 and 1997 NLSY. The 1979 NLSY is a panel survey of youths aged 14-22 in 1979.
Fortunately, the National Longitudinal Surveys of Youth (NLSY) provide the needed data.
In the case of hourly wages, for example, we utilize the actual hourly wages for both the BHPS and the NLSY, but for the case of the BHPS, when information on wages was missing, we replaced it with information on the usual or expected hourly wages (as reported by the individual).