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Table 4 Effects of Non-Local Hukou (NLH) on contact rate, by the job’s posted wage level

From: Do employers prefer migrant workers? Evidence from a Chinese job board

  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
Posted Wage:
 1000−2000 yuan/month 0.0143** (0.0065) 0.0155 (0.0097) 0.0140 (0.0097) 0.0108 (0.0095) 0.0077 (0.0095) 0.0135*** (0.0043) 0.0138*** (0.0042)
 2000−4000 yuan/month 0.0077 (0.0055) 0.0066 (0.0067) 0.0045 (0.0066) 0.0042 (0.0063) 0.0078 (0.0063) 0.0068* (0.0035) 0.0070** (0.0034)
 4000−6000 yuan/month 0.0429* (0.0226) 0.0341 (0.0281) 0.0327 (0.0280) 0.0359 (0.0277) 0.0388 (0.0271) 0.0178 (0.0169) 0.0010 (0.0113)
 6000−10000 yuan/month 0.0337 (0.0210) −0.0221 (0.0445) −0.0235 (0.0445) −0.0170 (0.0446) −0.0036 (0.0427) −0.0404 (0.0316) −0.0209 (0.0283)
Ad-worker match controls No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Detailed CV controls No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Occupation Fixed Effects No No No Yes Yes No No
Job Competition Controls No No No No Yes Yes No
Occupation*Firm Fixed Effects No No No No No Yes No
Ad Fixed Effects No No No No No No Yes
Observations 129,957 129,957 129,957 129,957 129,957 129,957 129,957
R-squared 0.0009 0.0050 0.0054 0.0135 0.0225 0.2516 0.2662
  1. See notes to Table 2 for detailed regression specifications. Sample restricted to jobs with posted wages. Sample shares in the four wage groups are: 1000–2000: .387; 2000–4000: .558; 4000–6000: .044; 6000–10000: .011. Standard errors in parentheses are clustered by ad. ***p < 0.01, **p < 0.05, *p < 0.1