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Table 4 The effect of task intensities on changes in share of employment

From: The impact of the great recession on employment polarization in Spain

Independent variables (1) (2) (3)
  1997–2012 1997–2007 Interacting effects
Abstract intensity \(-\)0.446 \(-\)2.551 \(-\)2.551
(3.599) (2.851) (2.855)
Abstract intensity* dummy period (2012–2007)    3.148
   (3.757)
Routine intensity \(-\)1.850 1.733 1.733
(1.582) (1.838) (1.840)
Routine intensity* dummy period (2012–2007)    \(-\)5.780**
   (2.586)
Service intensity 3.601** \(-\)1.743 \(-\)1.743
(1.549) (2.381) (2.384)
Service intensity* dummy period (2012–2007)    8.590***
   (3.199)
Routinization index 0.293 \(-\)0.290 0.250
(0.296) (0.250) (0.181)
Routinization index* dummy period (2012–2007)    \(-\)0.908***
   (0.334)
Observations 70 86 156
  1. Dependent variable: change in share of employment (% points)
  2. Each coefficient corresponds to a separate OLS regression of the dependent variable on the control variables and a constant. Robust standard errors in parentheses. *** Significant at 1 % level, ** significant at 5 % level, * significant at 10 % level. Number of observations is the number of occupations at ISCO88 3 digits level. These estimations include also period time dummies not reported here. All estimations are weighted by the weight of employment of each ISCO88 3 digits occupation in total employment