9 Relative earnings of women employed at age 50-59 by type of family trajectory and level of female labor force participation in 1980 (From Muller et al., 2020). Notes: Child with partner, stretched = 1; Coefficients are exponentiated (based on Table 5 in the original paper mentioned above); Traditional trajectories have a solid fill and deviations from traditional pathways have no fill

9 Relative earnings of women employed at age 50-59 by type of family trajectory and level of female labor force participation in 1980 (From Muller et al., 2020). Notes: Child with partner, stretched = 1; Coefficients are exponentiated (based on Table 5 in the original paper mentioned above); Traditional trajectories have a solid fill and deviations from traditional pathways have no fill

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