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Event History Analysis of the Gender Differences of Migrants' Duration of the First Job and its Determinants:Case Studies of Fujian Province

LIN Li-yue;ZHU Yu;School of Geography,Fujian Normal University;  
Based on the individual event-history data from a representative survey of 2977 migrants in Fujian Province,this paper examines the differences in occupational mobility and its determinants between male and female migrants by employing Kaplan-Meier and Cox's Proportional Hazard Model.The results show that compared to male migrants,the rate of quitting the first job for female migrants is lower,but the duration of the first job for female migrants is much shorter,and there is no obvious gender difference in the survival rate of the first job.The determinants of the duration of first-job such as income of first job,education years,marriage status,type of family migration and the type of the immigration area are effective to both female and male migrants,while the factors such as the dependency ratio of the family,type of occupation and type of enterprises have significant effects only on the female migrants,while the type of original region only affects the male migrants.
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