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The First Real Job: A Study of Young Workers (SUNY series, The New Inequalities) e-book

Author:

Kathryn M. Borman

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Politics & Government

ePub size:

1534 kb

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Rating:

4.9

Publisher:

SUNY Press (July 3, 1991)

Pages:

153

ISBN:

0791405990

The First Real Job: A Study of Young Workers (SUNY series, The New Inequalities) e-book

by Kathryn M. Borman


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This book examines the work experiences of twenty-five young men and women. Start by marking First Real Job: A Study of Young Workers as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. by Kathryn M. Borman.

We value your privacy. The singular focus of public debate on the top 1 percent of households overlooks the component of earnings inequality that is arguably most consequential for the other 99 percent of citizens: the dramatic growth in the wage premium associated with higher education and cognitive ability.

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SUNY series, the new inequalities. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-144) and indexes. Uniform Title: SUNY series, the new inequalities. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

The first "real" job. a study of young workers. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat. Published 1991 by State University of New York Press in Albany.

The factory (to employ) new workers now. 2. They (to study) the economic situation in the area. 3. I (not/to learn) French, I (to learn) English. 4. They haven’t sold the products, they (to sell) them now. 5. The two companies (to complete) in the market. 6. We (to apply) new technology. 7. You (to work) at the report on a macroeconomic problem? 8. The consumption of fruit and vegetables (to increase) in our country. 9. Unemployment (to grow) at the moment? Попроси больше объяснений.

First, when their children are young, the parents face an impossible .

First, when their children are young, the parents face an impossible trade-off between spending on their present family needs and wants and saving for college. Few parents choose saving over spending on child development. And in the absence of real changes to the current system of paying for college, what other hope do they have? Such speculative, wishful thinking may seem irrational.

Bryan Caplan raises an important question in controversial new book, The Case Against Education

The Social Leap: The New Evolutionary Science of Who We Are, Where We Come From, and What Makes Us Happy. Bryan Caplan raises an important question in controversial new book, The Case Against Education. How much of the benefits of a degree comes from the skills you acquire in studying for it?

This book examines the work experiences of twenty-five young men and women in their first jobs following high school. The case studies profiled here describe in detail the process of young workers becoming established in our society. The workplaces in which Kathryn M. Borman and her colleagues spent full shifts once a month for over a year were the locales for young workers’ first “real” jobs―jobs they held for more than six months and viewed as a means of entree to adult responsibilities.This study is one of the first to provide an intimate picture of the daily work lives of young factory workers, bank clerks, health spa employees and others who hold jobs in the youth labor market. How jobs provide opportunities for some and hold little hope for advancement for most is vividly described. How employers can improve working conditions for their young employees―especially young women―is clearly apparent in this analysis of the workplace as a “democratic community.” Sociologists and others in the fields of education, labor market economics, women's studies, and the anthropology of work will find this volume important reading.

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