The Current Population Survey (CPS) is used to supplement census information between census years. These data consist of a random sample of persons from the CPS85, with information on wages and other characteristics of the workers, including sex, number of years of education, years of work experience, occupational status, region of residence and union membership.
A data frame with 534 observations on the following variables.
wage wage (US dollars per hour)
educ number of years of education
race a factor with levels
NW (nonwhite) or
sex a factor with levels
hispanic a factor with levels
south a factor with levels
married a factor with levels
exper number of years of work experience (inferred from
union a factor with levels
age age in years
sector a factor with levels
Data are from 1985. The data file is recoded from the original, which had entirely numerical codes.
Data are from https://dasl.datadescription.com
Berndt, ER. The Practice of Econometrics 1991. Addison-Wesley.
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