Percentage difference in annual earnings between the second and third-and-higher generations, Canada, 2000, population aged 25 to 65
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|No controls||Add years of schooling||Add marital status ethnicity, urban/rural location|
|Second generation, mother immigrant||0.133||0.059||-0.045|
|Second generation, father immigrant||0.077||0.009 †||-0.082|
|Second generation, both parents immigrants||0.189||0.087||-0.055|
|Second generation, mother immigrant||0.095||0.021 †||-0.073|
|Second generation, father immigrant||0.110||0.039||-0.055|
|Second generation, both parents immigrants||0.299||0.186||0.016|
† Not significant at p<0.05. Other numbers are significant at p<0.05. The table is based on coefficients from ordinary least square regression with log annual earnings as the dependent variable.
Aydemir and Sweetman (2007). The original data are from Statistics Canada 2001 Census.
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