ERIC Number: ED176117
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978-Oct
Reference Count: 0
Supplementary Papers from the Conference on Youth Unemployment: Its Measurement and Meaning.
Davidson, Naomi Berger, Ed.
Nine papers presented at the conference on Employment Statistics and Youth are presented. Focusing on the meaning of unemployment counts in the U.S., the first three papers are Measurement and Interpretation of Teenage Unemployment in the United States and Other Countries, by Beatrice Reubens; What Do Teenage Unemployment Statistics Measure?, by Orley Ashenfelter; and Youth Participation Rates and the Availability of Jobs, by Francine Blau. Assessing important factors which underlie the employment and unemployment statistics, the next four papers are Family Status and Labor Force Patterns, by Martha Hill; Education, Occupation, and Earnings, by David O'Shea; Alienation and Adjustment to Limited Prospects, by David Gottlieb; and Do Youth Really Want to Work?: A Comparison of the Work Values and Job Perceptions of Younger and Older Men, by Patricia Miller and William Simon. Examining the long-term consequences of the employment experiences of youth, the last two papers are The Relationship between Youth Employment and Future Employability and Earnings, by Wayne Stevenson, and Employment and Earning Patterns: The Dynamics of Change, by David Farber. (LRA)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Employment and Training Administration (DOL), Washington, DC. Office of Youth Programs.
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