Replication data for: Can Social Information Affect What Job You Choose and Keep?

Lucas C. Coffman, Judd B. Kessler & Clayton R. Featherstone
We show that the provision of social information influences a high-stakes decision and this influence persists over time. In a field experiment involving thousands of admits to Teach For America, those told about the previous year's matriculation rate are more likely to accept a teaching job, complete training, start, and return a second year. To show robustness, we develop a simple theory that identifies subgroups where we expect larger treatment effects and find our effect...
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