Determinants of Wage Differentials in Uganda. Case Study Maganjo Grain Millers.
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The study centered at finding the determinants of wage differentials. Wage differential is simply the difference in the payment among workers with difference in; education level, experience, age, sex etc under the same organization/ company or workers with the same qualities but under different organizations. Difference in wages among employees has led to increased income inequality in Uganda and this is later reflected on the GDP of the economy. This study focused on a sample of 70 respondents mainly working in Maganjo Grain Millers where the respondents were randomly selected. The researcher then used questionnaires to collect the necessary data from the sample. Both qualitative and quantitative data was used in the analysis and the presentation of the data collected was done using tables. Data analysis was done using STATA with a 95% level of confidence. The researcher fully explained the results for easy understanding of each of the findings and components of the analysis.