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19 19 Failing to apply a common cap would distort comparisons of earnings levels across survey years because the years with the higher caps (generally the later ones — although there was some inflation-based erosion of the cap value in the most recent periods) tend to have higher earnings values simply due to the capping effects per se (as verified empirically). Applying a common cap thus provides a consistent measure of earnings across years — at least for earnings values below the cap. , beyond the cap) are not observed and are, therefore, effectively set to zero, which could affect the gender comparisons of average earnings levels and/or the decomposition exercise.
We focus, however, on the first set of figures — the mean earnings of all workers taken together (also shown in Figure 5) — due to their broader representativeness and because they provide the best context for the decomposition analysis presented below, which is based on similarly broad samples. Furthermore, the key elements of the patterns discussed here are generally similar to what is found in the medians and more detailed breakdowns and the full-time groups. The mean earnings of male graduates ranged from $32,800 to $35,200 as of the first interview to $45,800 to $42,100 as of the second, while female graduates' earnings varied between $28,600 and $30,500 as of the first point and $34,600 and $35,500 as of the second.
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