Gap in weekly wages between the second generation and the third-and-higher-generation non-visible minorities, 2005, Canada
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|Age, age squared||Column 1 plus education||Column 2 plus location||Column 3 plus language marital status||Column 4 plus part/full time status||Column 5 plus occupation, industry|
|difference (in log points)|
|Second generation (all)||5.6||0.6||-5.4||-3.0||-1.6||-1.1|
|Second generation White||8.5||4.3||-1.8||-0.4||0.1||0.5|
|Second generation visible minority||-4.9||-13.0||-19.8||-12.2||-9.5||-8.6|
|Other visible minority||-8.6||-14.2||-20.2||-15.7||-10.7||-8.7|
|Second generation (all)||14.1||6.9||-1.6||-0.5||0.9||0.4|
|Second generation White||13.7||7.7||-0.3||0.7||1.7||1.7|
|Second generation visible minority||15.8||4.4||-7.1||-5.7||-2.7||-5.2|
|Other visible minority||11.3||3.8||-6.8||-5.2||-2.4||-3.5|
Coefficients from ordinary least squares regression with log weekly wages as the dependent variable.
Statistics Canada, 2006 Census.
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