Secondary Outcomes (end points)
- Clicking the job application form.
- Perceptions about the job-search process and interactions with firms after the stage-2 treatment (collected in phone survey, see below)
- Self-assessed interview performance
- Specific behaviors during interview, that could signal stress or discomfort
- Information disclosure during interview
- Question-wise performance in interview
- Interviewee’s perceptions about the interviewer (professionalism, preparedness) and HR firm (inclusiveness).
Outcomes for the information treatment:
- Beliefs about the odds of facing discrimination on the job in the future (measured in stage 1)
- Predicted employment and wage gap for someone like the respondent (stage 1)
- Callback probability for own job applications (measured in stage 1)
- Beliefs about job market prospects and address based discrimination (measured in endline survey, Likert scale)
- Sentiments regarding job search (e.g., how excited the jobseeker is, how fair they think the job market is, how much they feel like one has to ignore concerns regarding discrimination in the job market, etc, measured in stage 1)
- Intentions to search more intensively (measured in stage 1)