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Mauritius - Earnings Mobility and Inequality of Opportunity in the Labor Market (Vol. 2) : Overview (English)


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    transition from school to work; access to labor market; Housing and Population Census; Upper Middle Income Countries; education and training system; provision of health care; increase in income inequality; inequality of opportunity; labor market opportunities; access to job; degree of inequality; measure of earnings; increase in inequality; employment of woman; human capital investment; terms of skills; middle income category; development of skill; inequality in earnings; complete primary education; household income inequality; Poverty and Equity; high income inequality; private sector job; average unemployment rate; attitudes toward work; labor market demand; human resource development; dual training system; place of residence; high unemployment rate; improvements in access; job placement service; youth employment policy; investments in education; labor market intermediation; equality in access; finance and economic; labor force survey; availability of labor; individual characteristic; youth unemployment; wage discrimination; earnings inequality; earnings distribution; wage employment; job opportunities; job opportunity; lifetime income; rising inequality; working woman; full-time employment; retirement age; educated woman; income rise; market opportunity; job profile; unequal access; labor statistic; income source; subsidiary right; employment indicator; individual earnings; applicable law; participation rate; policy perspective; young woman; working condition; social status; job security; increasing share; program leader; resident representative; work permit; policy target; unequal treatment; traditional model; family care; Child care; career path; employment flexibility; educational level; comparative static; earnings growth; household consumption; transitory shock; measurement error; future need; household interview; education curriculum; social policies; social policy; gender education; awareness campaign; fact sheet; leadership development; adaptation purposes; classroom training; social care; care service; technological revolution; income scale; Career Guidance; unequal country; class room; school decision; employment program; Education Policy; central registry; labor demand; foreign labor; low-income earner; high-income earner; low-skilled worker; addressing inequality; work force; labor income; aging population; low-income parent; financial service; Real estate; increasing inequality; skill shortage



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Mauritius - Earnings Mobility and Inequality of Opportunity in the Labor Market (Vol. 2) : Overview (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.