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Author(s):Tuttle, T., McKinney, J., and Rago, M
Title:College students working: The choice nexus
Short Description:Provides a review of research literature on college students and work.
Annotation:This issue brief provides a review of research literature on college students and work. The review includes a summary of the literature, as well as questions for campus administrations and for researchers, and provides information on the federal work-study program.
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Associated Keywords:
Employment and Workforce Development
First Generation College Students
Low-Income Students
Non-traditional Students

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