I would like to thank David Card, Ronald Lee, Guido Imbens, Jesse Shapiro, Derek Neal, Elizabeth Weber Handwerker, Melanie Guldi, Emily Oster, Colleen Manchester, Sarah Hayford, Lucie Schmidt, Don Cox, Jenna Johnson-Hanks, Ashley Langer, Kevin Stange, Donna Ginther, Martha Bailey, Rachel Sullivan Robinson, two anonymous referees, and participants of the U.C. Berkeley labor seminar series, the University of Chicago’s Booth applied microeconomic series, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s seminar series, and the Wellesley College labor lunch series for helpful comments. Lastly, I would like to thank the Center for Human Potential and Public Policy at the University of Chicago’s Harris School, and its director, Ariel Kalil, for support and guidance. Financial support for this work was provided by the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development (Interdisciplinary Training Grant No. T32-HD007275).