Perceived utility of job training methods among young men
Ohio State University, Center for Human Resource Research, 1983 - Employees - 31 pages
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222e Armed for2e1 acquiring job skills apprenticeship programs apprenticeship training armed forces black craftsmen blue collar workers business school CATHERWOOD LIBRARY college training Company training course craft occupations craft workers current job skills Employment enrolled formal company training Formal Method1 College Formal Methods formal training High school graduate High school High important method Informal Methods On-the-job job held learning job skills level of education method for acquiring method for current Method1 College 222es methods for learning military training NCES Ohio Ohio State University Perceived Utility percent cited Percent reporting private firms private sector Race racial difference regression analysis report company training reported OJT req2ired Othr respondents Samele 1ize i1 sample school High school significantly single most helpful single most important skill acquisition method trade Trade/vo2ati2al Trade/vocational training or apprenticeship training programs training Worked 2e trati2 types of training U.S. Department White Black Total White collar Blue white collar workers