Teen Time Use and Difference by Parental Education: Evidence from the ATUS, CPS, and MTFMonthly Labor Review (2007)
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.
Citation InformationShirely 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
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