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Wong, Jasin; Coster, Wendy J.; Cohn, Ellen S.; Orsmond, Gael I. – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2021
There is a growing need to provide appropriate services to help students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) transition to employment. Limited research has investigated what aspects of support should be prioritized when preparing youth with ASD for employment. By conducting structural equation modeling using a nationally-representative dataset on…
Descriptors: Employment Services, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, High School Students
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Grubbs, Samuel Jacob – Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 2021
There has been growing national political interest in promoting community college education as a way of improving economic opportunities for disadvantages members of local workforces. Recent work mainly focuses on human capital gains, but few studies have investigated how community college credentials can affect the level of job prestige…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Academic Degrees, Reputation
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Ramos, Jorje; Rodin, Jason; Preuss, Michael; Sosa, Eric; Doresett, Christine; Burleson, Chenoa – International Journal on Social and Education Sciences, 2021
College students at 14 Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) in New Mexico and Texas were surveyed about their experiences in and perceptions of higher education. Three primary foci were students' employment status, work commitments, and means of financing college. Most of the informants reported working while in college and, similar to previously…
Descriptors: Paying for College, Hispanic American Students, College Students, Nontraditional Students
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Smith, Matthew J.; Smith, Justin D.; Jordan, Neil; Sherwood, Kari; McRobert, Erin; Ross, Brittany; Oulvey, Eugene A.; Atkins, Marc – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
This study reports the results of a single-arm, noncontrolled, Type 3 hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial evaluating virtual reality job interview training (VR-JIT) delivered in five preemployment transition programs comprising 15 schools, 10 administrators, 23 teachers, and 279 youth ages 16-21 years receiving special education…
Descriptors: Employment Interviews, Computer Simulation, Training Methods, Transitional Programs
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Cotner, Hope; Bragg, Debra; Goold, Grant; Heiser, Eric; Miller, Darlene G.; Van Noy, Michelle; Cheng, I-Fang; Costelloe, Sarah; Freeman, Brian; Lemire, Sebastian; Porowski, Allan; Yadav, Elizabeth M. B. – What Works Clearinghouse, 2021
In today's labor market, students increasingly need greater levels of postsecondary education and training to enter or advance in many industries. Meanwhile, employers are calling for the education system to better align with industry needs, as their demands for a skilled workforce continue to rise. In response to the increasing emphasis for…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Career Pathways, Program Design, Program Evaluation
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Randall, Jennifer; Rios, Joseph A.; Jung, Hyun Joo – Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 2021
For nearly three decades, researchers have been concerned that the educational measurement field is not producing enough graduate-level specialists to meet the growing demand driven by the increased use of educational assessments in the United States. This study examined the supply-side aspect of the proposed labor shortage by relying on data from…
Descriptors: Longitudinal Studies, Doctoral Programs, Graduate Students, Educational Assessment
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Flower, Rebecca L.; Richdale, Amanda L.; Lawson, Lauren P. – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2021
Young autistic Australians are less likely to attend higher education and have lower employment rates than non-autistic Australians (in: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Survey of disability, ageing and carers Australia: Summary of Findings 2018. Australian Bureau of Statistics, Canberra, 2019a). Few studies have examined post-school outcomes…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Outcomes of Education, Late Adolescents
Di Pietro, G.; Karpinski, Z.; Biagi, F. – European Commission, 2021
This report looks at the impact of the business cycle on participation in adult learning in the EU-27 using aggregate quarterly country level data for the period 2005Q1-2019Q4. Data come from the EU Labour Force Survey. Although downturns may give individuals more incentives and more time to update their skills and knowledge, their ability to pay…
Descriptors: Adult Learning, Business, Labor Market, Adult Education
Michelman, Valerie; Price, Joseph; Zimmerman, Seth D. – National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
This paper studies how exclusive social groups shape upward mobility, and whether interactions between low- and high-status peers can integrate the top rungs of the economic and social ladder. Our setting is Harvard in the 1920s and 1930s, where new groups of students arriving on campus encountered a social system centered on exclusive old boys'…
Descriptors: Educational History, College Students, Males, Clubs
Deb, Partha; Gangaram, Anjelica – National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
In this paper, we examine the impact of school shootings on the human health and capital outcomes of middle and high school student survivors as adults in their twenties and early thirties. Our data on school shooting events is from a recent, comprehensive database of school shootings compiled by the Center for Homeland Defense and Security. The…
Descriptors: Violence, Risk, Student Behavior, Health
Tennessee Higher Education Commission, 2021
The Academic Supply and Occupational Demand report highlights the connections between degrees that are being produced in Tennessee and the jobs that are available in the state. This year's report incorporates several meaningful changes from prior years' reports. The Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) and Tennessee Department of Labor and…
Descriptors: Educational Demand, Supply and Demand, Demand Occupations, Labor Needs
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Chen, Charles P.; Jagtiani, Komila – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2021
It is generally assumed that visible actors in the performing arts industry maintain overall wellness despite the knowledge that an actor's life is often characterized by instability. While an actor's performance is often critiqued subjectively and critically, the variety of occupational risks associated with an actor's well-being is less closely…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Well Being, Wellness, Professional Personnel
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Guohua, Zeng; Yuelong, Hu; Wenwen, Wu; Mensah, Isaac Kofi – SAGE Open, 2021
The outflow of college graduates will damage the accumulation of regional human capital and affect regional economic and social development. This article uses the administrative data of the employment monitoring system for college graduates in a province in central China in 2018 and establishes a multivariate logit model based on the Todaro model,…
Descriptors: College Graduates, Preferences, Urban Areas, Geographic Regions
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McDonnall, Michele C.; Tatch, Andrew – Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 2021
Higher educational attainment is known to be associated with lower unemployment rates and higher employment rates and lifetime earnings for the general population. However, it is not known what the relationship between higher levels of education and employment for people with visual impairments or how it compares to the relationship between higher…
Descriptors: Educational Attainment, Employment Potential, Visual Impairments, Employment Patterns
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Federicov√°, Miroslava – European Journal of Education, 2021
Shortages of qualified teachers in primary and secondary education are very common in almost all European countries and in the US. Since high quality teachers are usually the most likely to leave, much attention has been focused on teacher turnover; retaining the best teachers can help to ameliorate teacher shortages. Using data from the Survey of…
Descriptors: Faculty Mobility, Foreign Countries, Teacher Shortage, Elementary School Teachers
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