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Statistical Interrelationships of Job Competition between Generations
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Statistical Interrelationships of Job Competition between Generations
Kim, Tae-Ho; Jung, Jae-Hwa;
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Job competition among generations has become an important social issue that has yet to be studied from an academic viewpoint. This study performs statistical tests to investigate the interrelation of employment among generations using seasonally adjusted monthly time series data. Employment by generations is not found to be strongly interrelated, even if the employment of 30-year-olds appears to affect those of 40-yearolds in some tests.
Employment rate;lead-lag relationship;final prediction error;
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