Wage Differentials

I have a problem in economics on Wage Differentials. Please help me in the following question. The major determinants of the wage differentials comprise: (1) General human capital needs. (2) Working conditions. (3) Occupational crowding (4) Specific human capital needs. (5) All the above.

Choose the appropriate option.

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