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obvious  that  different  level  of  education  will  conduct  to  different  wage  at  the  beginning  
of  an  individual’s  career.  
In  the  “Enquête  emploi  2012”  the  education  level  is  define  in  11  different  categories:  
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71-­‐  Without  diploma  

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70-­‐  “Certificat  d’études  primaires”  

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60-­‐  “Brevet  des  colleges”  

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50-­‐  CAP/BEP  or  equivalence  

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41-­‐  Technologic  Baccalaureate  

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42-­‐  General  Baccalaureate  

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33-­‐  Paramedical  and  social  (Bac+2)  

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31-­‐  BTS/DUT  or  equivalence  

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30-­‐  DEUG  

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11-­‐  School  level  bachelor  or  more  

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10-­‐  Bachelor  and  more  (until  Phd)  

We  built  11  dummies  variables  to  represent  each  one  of  the  above  categories.  We  named  
the   dummies   as   follows   Dip_71   (Without   diploma),   Dip_70   (Certificat   d’études  
primaires),   Dip_60   (Brevet   des   colleges),   Dip_50   (CAP/BEP   or   equivalence),   Dip_41  
(Technologic  Baccalaureate),  Dip_42  (General  Baccalaureate),  Dip_33  (Paramedical  and  
social),  Dip_31  (BTS/DUT  or  equivalence),  Dip_30  (DEUG),  Dip_11  (School  level  bachelor  
or  more)  and  Dip_10  (Bachelor  and  more).  
The  experience  
According   to   the   Human   Capital   Theory,   the   experience   is,   as   education,   a   strong  
determinant   of   the   wage   of   an   individual.   Workers   acquire   skills,   competences,   and  
productivity  with  experience;  those  qualities  will  allow  them  to  increase  their  wage.  
We   computed   the   work   experience   (exper)   by   subtracting   the   graduation   date   to   the  
year   of   the   survey.   If   the   individual   has   no   diploma   we   calculated   experience   by  
subtracting  16  to  the  age  because  we  didn’t  had  data  on  the  graduation’s  date  obviously.  
𝑒𝑥𝑝𝑒𝑟 = 𝑎𝑛𝑛𝑒𝑒𝑛𝑢𝑚 − 𝑑𝑎𝑡𝑑𝑖𝑝𝑛𝑢𝑚  
if  Dip11  =  71  then  exper  =  age_num  -­‐  16  
 

 

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