Economic Progress

Your job title means more than you might think

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New research looks at wage gap in the job market Image: REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

Ioana Marinescu
Assistant Professor, University of Chicago Harris School
Ronald Wolthoff
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
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Word cloud of the words in job titles that are associated with a lower wage for a given occupation
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Word cloud of the words in job titles that are associated with more applicants for a given occupation
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