A national attitude study of trainees in MDTA institutional programs: final report to U. S. Dept. of Labor, Manpower Administration and U. S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, Issues 5-47
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attitudes attitudinal Beginning Wage Black trainees Black women chapter Chi0 Chi0 Chi2 CM CM CM completed the program cont contrast economic Employed Half Employed Over Half Employed Total Post employment level exit questionnaire factor analysis factors feelings findings getting a training-relevant greater Half of Post Half or Less impact indicated instructors issues job market leaving the program Less of Post Male Female measures motivational naire NS df orientations particularly payoff percent Ph Ph Post-Program Employment post-program job post-program questionnaire program completors program job Proportion who felt r-l r-l race differences Reasons Program Relative Class Standing responses sample scale sex and race sex differences Significance Tests skill success criteria suggest Third Third Third Top Middle Bottom trainee's training class training course training program training-relevant job White Black white men trainees white trainees white women women trainees XI XI