Age-Earnings Profile

(redirected from Age-Earnings Profiles)

Age-Earnings Profile

A chart showing the average or median income for workers over time. In general, earnings rise as workers become older, though this is not always the case. One may make age-earnings profiles for all workers, or one may customize them for workers in different industries or of different demographics.
References in periodicals archive ?
Yet, the reforms will affect public sector employees of both sexes differently as, for instance, the effect of switching from final salary to career average Defined Benefit (DB) schemes will depend on the steepness of the particular age-earnings profiles.
In response to these concerns, OACT generated hypothetical workers with a more realistic lifetime age-earnings profiles.
Keywords: Returns to education, age-earnings profiles, Mincer equation
The latter variation in average age corresponds roughly to the age range around the peak of the age-earnings profiles shown in Figure 1 above.
The study supplements the evidence with data from nine Midwestern universities that indicate that changes in age-earnings profiles are not driven by productivity shocks.
Contrast these market-driven age-earnings profiles with that of teachers, whose salaries are determined not so much by market forces but by collectively bargained agreements.
Drawing on both theory and empirical evidence, with particular attention to differences in savings rates and in age-earnings profiles and to uncertainty about future wage rates, they conclude that there should be some role for including capital income as a part of the tax base and they lean toward relating marginal tax rates on capital and labor incomes rather than the Nordic dual tax.
Simulating career age-earnings profiles for both markets, we find that the earnings gap widens with experience for relatively productive research economists and may even narrow with age for relatively less productive research economists.
Some of the same incentives posed by the Lazear model also exist in the forced-saving model of rising age-earnings profiles.
14) It is interesting to note that although there are significant differences in compensation for workers in different sectors, yet the age-earnings profiles follow the life-cycle pattern in all three sectors of employment where income increases with age for some time, reaches the peak and then declines.
Age-earnings profiles were based on the following algorithm: