Shauna Dyer received her PhD in sociology at the University of Michigan and was an IES predoctoral fellow. She is currently a David E. Bell Postdoctoral Fellow at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies. Her research primarily focusses on the consequences of job quality decline on the returns to education and gender inequality in the labor market. In addition, she studies Latina/o access to higher education, especially among non-citizens. Prior to Michigan, she was a children’s librarian and earned a master of science in sociology at the University of Oregon.