Literature states that “the United States is one of only a handful of nations in which immigrant women outnumber immigrant men.” Yet, there has been little systematic research on the work experiences of these women. This paper aims to expand the previous literature by providing some insight into the formerly neglected dimension of female immigrant performance, as it relates to wage differentials based on sex and nationality.
Recommended CitationGarg '05, Mahi (2004) "Wage Differentials for Immigrant Women in the United States: The Heightened Effect of Ethnic and Gender Interaction," The Park Place Economist: Vol. 12
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