Data from a 2013 sample of employed Hispanic workers in metropolitan Chicago. It is a subset of the 2013 Current Population Survey (CPS) Outgoing Rotation Groups (ORG) data set provided by the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, DC (CEPR, 2014).
A data frame containing 712 observations on 9 variables. The 9 variables contain labor market and demographic information on a sample of employed Hispanic workers in the Chicago metropolitan area.
|[, 1]||age||the worker's age, expressed in years|
|[, 2]||female||an indicator for female gender|
|[, 3]||foreign.born||an indicator for foreign-born status|
|[, 4]||LTHS||an indicator for having completed less than a high school (LTHS) education|
|[, 5]||high.school||an indicator for having completed a high school education|
|[, 6]||some.college||an indicator for having completed some college education|
|[, 7]||college||an indicator for having completed a college education|
|[, 8]||advanced.degree||an indicator for having completed an advanced degree|
|[, 9]||ln.real.wage||the natural logarithm of the worker's real wage (in 2013 U.S. dollars)|
Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR). 2014. CPS ORG Uniform Extracts, Version 1.9 . Washington, DC.
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