Why the first 20 years of a career are most important for women

The first 100 days of a job may not be as important as the first 20 years.

Men with a college degree see twice as much earnings growth than women with a college degree between the ages of 25 and 45, according to new research distributed by the National Bureau of Economic Research, a Cambridge, Mass.-based research group. In comparison, the difference between the earnings growth of men and women without a college degree is minimal. Men tend to have higher levels of seniority within companies and have longer seniority on average, and earn more money earlier in their careers, the paper found.

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