At Work in School: Part-time Employment Among Second-level Students
At Work in School explores the nature of student employment and its impact on a range of student outcomes, including school drop-out, exam performance, participation in higher education and early labour market careers. It highlights key policy issues which are of relevance not only to schools and employers but to students and their parents.
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Prevalence and Characteristics of PartTime Workers
Motivation for Working
excluding babysitting jobs
2 other sections not shown
academic self-image attitudes to school average babysitting Base cent Dummy variable educational aspirations educational attainment effects of part-time engaged in part-time Figure grade point average higher levels Higher professional hours per week household labour indicates Junior and Leaving Junior Cert exam Junior Cert grades Junior Cert level Junior Cert performance Junior Cert students labour market Leaving Cert exam Leaving Cert level Leaving Cert performance Leaving Cert students Leaving Certificate leaving school less levels of involvement Likert scale Lower professional Males Females Mid-West Model 1 Model Model 4 Constant non-manual non-working students North-East number of hours out-of-school activities overall paid employment parent employed Parental employment Parental Social Class part-time employment part-time job participation in part-time pattern ployment pocket money post-school propensity score Region Schools Database Schools Survey second-level students semi/unskilled manual senior cycle significantly Skilled manual social activities Source student attitudes Table teacher interaction workers and non-workers young