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Table 12 Employment effects of minimum wages on non-production workers and production workers by sex and education levels-small firms

From: Do minimum wages affect employment? Evidence from the manufacturing sector in Indonesia

  Production workers Non-production workers
Male −0.0208 −0.029
  (0.021) (0.029)
Female −0.043 −0.0692**
  (0.031) (0.029)
Primary −0.0855 −0.2915*
  (0.072) (0.166)
Jr. Sr. High −0.1957*** −0.1553***
  (0.055) (0.050)
High School 0.0233 −0.0751
  (0.216) (0.111)
Bachelor 0.0891 −0.049
  (0.198) (0.103)
All −0.0265* −0.0779***
  (0.015) (0.026)
  1. *significant at 1% level; **significant at 5% level; ***significant at 10% level