Competing for Time: School and Teenage Employment
Educational Leadership and School Counseling
Most young people who work are employed in low-paying jobs with little or no growth or learning potential. These writers believe that the relationship between school and work must be maximized, and that more attention must be paid to ensuring positive outcomes from the work experience.
Bedenbaugh, E. H.,
Garvey, R. C.
(1993). Competing for Time: School and Teenage Employment. NASSP Bulletin, 77(549), 74-81.
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