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Teen Time Use and Difference by Parental Education: Evidence from the ATUS, CPS, and MTF
Monthly Labor Review (2007)
  • Shirely Porterfield, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Abstract
Responses from three surveys indicate that parental education plays a critical role in the way teens spend their time in employment and other activities; in recent years, teen employment rates have declined most for those with more highly educated parents, while their rate of engagement in volunteer activities has increased.
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Publication Date
2007
Citation Information
Shirely Porterfield. "Teen Time Use and Difference by Parental Education: Evidence from the ATUS, CPS, and MTF" Monthly Labor Review Vol. 130 Iss. 5 (2007) p. 37 - 56
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/shirely-porterfield/13/