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- | In order to generate predictions of Pay by age and provide an indication of how Pay of each age category varies from mean Pay, “supplementary age equations” have been estimated. These enable typical ratios of Pay of a particular age category compared to mean Pay value of all ages for particular combinations to be calculated. This is done for four main dimensions including occupation, gender, full-time or part-time working and the highest level of qualification. Pay of a particular age category is predicted using the parameters from a regression. The file age ratios.xlsx contains the ratios necessary to compute Pay by age for different combinations based on ASHE. | + | In order to generate predictions of Pay by age and provide an indication of how Pay of each age category varies from mean Pay, “supplementary age equations” have been estimated. These enable typical ratios of Pay of a particular age category compared to mean Pay value of all ages for particular combinations to be calculated. This is done for four main dimensions including occupation, gender, full-time or part-time working and the highest level of qualification. Pay of a particular age category is predicted using the parameters from a regression. The file 'ashe_age_coeffs.csv' & 'ashe_age_values.csv' contains the ratios necessary to compute Pay by age for different combinations based on ASHE. |

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