Jennifer Glass

Professor

Department of Sociology, University of Texas at Austin

NLS user since 1983

Citations
  • Glass, Jennifer. 1988. "Job Quits and Job Changes: The Effects of Young Women’s Work Conditions and Family Factors." Gender and Society 2: 228-240.
  • Noonan, Mary, and Jennifer Glass. 2012. “The Hard Truth About Telecommuting”, Monthly Labor Review, June: 38-45.
  • Glass, Jennifer, Sharon Sassler, Yael Levitte, and Katherine Michelmore, 2013. “What’s So Special about STEM? A Comparison of Women’s Retention in STEM and Other Professional Occupations.” Social Forces 92: 723-756. doi: 10.1093/sf/sot092
  • Sassler, Sharon, Yael Levitte, Jennifer Glass, and Katherine Michelmore. “The Missing Women in STEM? Accounting for Gender Differences in Entrance into STEM Occupations.” Under review
  • Noonan, Mary, Phyllis Rippeyoung, and Jennifer Glass. “The Influence of Early Motherhood on Young Women's Work Orientations at Midlife.” Under review
  • Glass, Jennifer and Mary Noonan. “Telecommuting and Earnings Trajectories Among American Women and Men: 1989-2008" under review
Why I chose NLS data

The NLS is one of the only sources of longitudinal information on work and family careers for women.