Earnings Mobility Between 2000 and 2005

By Admin, August 29, 2012


Earning mobility measures the probability that a worker will change position in the earnings distribution from one year to the next. One of the findings shown in this static visualization is that workers at the top of the earnings distribution are very likely to remain at the top of the distribution five years later.

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