Replication data for: The New Life Cycle of Women's Employment: Disappearing Humps, Sagging Middles, Expanding Tops

Claudia Goldin & Joshua Mitchell
A new life cycle of women's employment emerged with cohorts born in the 1950s. For prior cohorts, life-cycle employment had a hump shape; it increased from the twenties to the forties, hit a peak, and then declined starting in the fifties. The new life cycle of employment is initially high and flat, there is a dip in the middle, and a phasing out that is more prolonged than for previous cohorts. The hump is gone,...
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