|Title||Changes in the life cycle of women's employment|
|Publication Type||Government Report|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Publisher||Monthly Labor Review|
|Keywords||Employment and Labor Force, Women and Minorities|
According to "The new lifecycle of women's employment: disappearing humps, sagging middles, expanding tops" (National Bureau of Economic Research working paper no. 22913, December 2016) by Claudia Goldin and Joshua Mitchell, the increased employment of older women is related to a higher frequency of continuous work experience during their career.