It is difficult to get bettable figures for hourly wages.However, annual wages are simply passed on to the tax authorities
I work in an interesting field, which also has some interesting data issues.
Suppose I want to report a position, do I have to do this with the quantities of the transaction date, or on the date that the transaction is settled?
If I am going to appreciate the position there may be a deviation between multiple providers of prices.Which is the right price?
If I aggregate a set of positions and want to drop the relative value development relative to a benchmark, how do I build this value development into a complex portfolio?Top-down or bottom-up?
Suppose I have a position where the accountant-approved value is known sometime in April or May, and the customer wants to have the annual report in January.Is the correct value than the price in the annual report, or the value issued by the accountant that will only come in months later?
To calculate performance I can usually offset values without major corrections.However, in order to allocate the performance to individual investments, I have to apply corrections in order to be able to offset late received valuations with retroactive effect, because time has an impact on the relative performance of these investments.
I can still go on, but the message starts to get clear I hope: apparently I have several ways to make data information, depending on the kind of insight I want to give in the data.
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As an additionally complicating factor I introduce 芒 鈧?艙worked uren芒 鈧?Yesterday evening I made a drawing on the bench of one of our processes and where improvement is necessary. But I don’t book those hours as hours worked. And I work through my train travel most weeks also longer as the 40 hours I have according to contract. I now compensate by answering some from the train, but have also been working on it for over 8 hours.
If research is being done on my 40 contract hours, and how do the researchers know that I work earlier 45 as 40 hours a week?
How do you actually fix hours worked?
I knew at a young age: there is perspective and if you bring a lot of perspective together you get an impression of what the truth can be.And even then there are still hidden factors, since I came back years after an incident too.
Around the income of women (but also occupational groups), I do not get the impression that a lot of perspective is offered, there are usually a few polarizing positions and there is a series of datasets that can be interpreted in many ways.
We have to carry out the discussion in a different way: we ask ourselves much more why we choose a particular perspective.A newspaper chooses a perspective, but often offers no insight into the why of this perspective. Why does a journalist choose this perspective and not a different perspective?
This does not mean that the journalist is not integer, it means that there may be potentially different perspectives that are of equal value.Where the total of perspectives provides insight into the complexity of the problem.
If we apply this to the average reward of women: life-cycle choices, children, traditional or modern educating (who has what care), which career path has been followed and what relative pay differences are present, why precisely this career path and Not another (training, social factors, other interests), which bias (or rather not) have executives who thus determine the income flow over time, and thus also the level of income at any given time.How rigid or flexible is the HR policy at large jumps in income when exchanged between functions?
This is only a small number of facets that affect the total issue of income, and each facet offers a slightly different perspective.
The question is how many of these facets we must and can understand in order to get a good picture of income inequality and the causes that underlie it.
One-liners sell better as such a complex analysis whose answer is: 芒 鈧?艙it depends on it’s vanaf芒 鈧? This is true both in the reporting of news and in business, and even in informal contact between people.
Even when you compare per hour, women in top positions earn less than men on average.