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Prepared by Aaron Thegeya.
Data are from Central Bureau of Statistics, Wages and Employment monthly statistics. Data are not corrected for number of hours worked.
Haredi Jews do not participate in PISA tests.
See Ben-David (2012), p. 49. Empirical economics literature has established a strong correlation between education levels, measured in years of schooling, and earnings (see for example Cohn 1998 and Addison, 1998 for an analysis of OECD countries).
See Blass (2012), p. 381.