Youth at Work in Canada: A Research Report
| Youth at Work in
Canada provides a portrait of the employment situation for Canadian teens.
How many teens had work experience in the 1990s, compared to teens in earlier
decades? What kind of jobs do young people find? Does family status affect a
young person's likelihood of employment? Do teenage girls fare better, or
worse, than boys in the labour market? Does working part-time impede a young
person's school performance? Answers to these and other questions are provided
in this report by the Canadian Council on Social Development.
Aussi disponible en français.
Written by Jean L. Kunz and Grant Schellenberg.
Published by the Canadian Council on Social Development, 1998.
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