Seven papers probe youth's relationship with the labor market.
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Download 1. Introduction and Summary / Michael E. Borus (702 KB)
Download 2. A Description of Employed and Unemployed Youth in 1981 / by Michael E. Borus (450 KB)
Download 3. Changes Over the 1970s in the Employment Patterns of Black and White Young Men / by Tom K. Pollard (261 KB)
Download 4. Choices in Education / Michael E. Borus and Susan A. Carpenter (326 KB)
Download 5. Quantity of Learning and Quality of Life for Public and Private High School Youth / William R. Morgan (527 KB)
Download 6. The Economic Value of Academic and Vocational Training Acquired in High School / Russell W. Rumberger and Thomas N. Daymont (422 KB)
Download 7. The Time-Use Behavior of Young Adults / Ronald D'Amico (588 KB)
Download 8. Delinquency and Employment / Joan E. Crowley (697 KB)
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EDUCATION; K-12 Education; Postsecondary education; Career and technical education
Borus, Michael E., ed. 1984. Youth and the Labor Market: Analyses of the National Longitudinal Survey. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. https://doi.org/10.17848/9780880996273
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