The contributions of vocational education, training and work experience of the early career achievements of young men
John T. Grasso, Ohio State University. Dept. of Educational Development, United States. Dept. of Labor. Manpower Administration
Dept. of Educational Development, Ohio State University, 1973 - Business & Economics - 300 pages
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academic additional training analysis Appendix based on curriculum blacks Center for Human Coefficient t value college preparatory Columbus commercial control variables criterion measures curricula curricular differences Dependent variable differential terms dummy variables Duncan index earnings Enrolled in 1969 equation A-2 experience explanatory power explanatory variables Flanagan footnote Grade Gujarati High school curriculum high school graduates high school program hourly rate Human Resource Research Intercept term Kaufman Kohen labor force labor market linear regressions National Longitudinal Surveys Ohio State University one-tailed test percent post-school training Project Talent rates of pay Received training reference group Regression Results reported Salary Workers Scholastic aptitude scores Secondary Education significant skill level Socioeconomic index statistically statistics Adjusted Stromsdorfer t-test t-values training and learning two-tailed test U.S. Department unemployment University of Pittsburgh variables based Vocational and Technical vocational education vocational graduates vocational programs vocational students whites Workers with Twelve young youth