Industrial & Labor Relations Review
This report describes and seeks explanations for the salary structure of college graduates who received their bachelor's degrees in electrical engineering from a Canadian university. It presents data on the current income of these men and traces the growth in their earnings from the time they graduated. Regression analysis is used to examine the impact of various independent variables on incomes and to determine the amount of explained variation in such earnings. Finally, other factors related to income are considered, including the relationship between mobility and salary improvement and a comparison between the income of Canadian engineers and that of other Canadians and United States engineers. The present article is based on a larger study which dealt with engineering manpower in Canada.
Gross, Andrew C., "Patterns and determinants of income of canadian engineering graduates" (1969). Marketing. 1.
Gross, A. C. (1969). PATTERNS AND DETERMINANTS OF INCOME OF CANADIAN ENGINEERING GRADUATES. Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 23(1), 52-64.
@ 1969 Cornell University