QFJQuad Flat Package J-Type
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Since a worker will only desire a union job if the benefits exceed the costs (D > 0), the probability of queuing for a union job (QFJ) is:
Rather, we only observe QFJ and HFQ as a single indicator variable, U = QFJ*HFQ.
But the fact that a worker currently holding a nonunion job must abandon accumulated seniority benefits to switch to a union job makes likely an inverse relationship between NUSEN and P (QFJ = 1).
The QFJ characteristics vector consists of dichotomous variables for educational.