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Part-time employment and adolescents" work-related attitudes, beliefs, and aspirations

Part-time employment and adolescents" work-related attitudes, beliefs, and aspirations

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Achievement motivation in adolescence,
  • High school students -- Attitudes,
  • Youth -- Attitudes,
  • Youth -- Employment

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCatherine A. Loughlin
    SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationviii, 81 leaves
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18094643M
    ISBN 100315852585

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We assessed the relationship between the quality (i.e., job characteristics, role stressors, and interpersonal relationships) and quantity of part‐time employment, and work‐related attitudes and aspirations among students.

Neither the linear nor the quadratic components of employment quantity predicted any of the outcome by: This study focuses on teenagers’ part-time employment and their work-related attitudes and aspirations. Part-time employment during the high school years is now routine: in the United States, approximately 50 per cent of full-time high school students are also employed on a part-time basis.

Questions addressed parental concerns about adolescents' employment and potential safety issues at work. Most parents expressed favorable attitudes about adolescent employment, although many expressed concerns about fatigue (48%), problems completing schoolwork (33%), or spending time with families (35%).

Examined the predictors of general union attitudes in a sample of 84 high school and 42 first year university students (aged 15–21 yrs) who were employed part-time.

Parents as role models: Parental behavior affects adolescents’ plans for work involvement adolescents’ attitudes toward work and family roles is ferred part-time employment for their. Part-time work: The attitudes, perceptions and opinions of year 11 students Marilyn Ralph a part-time job during this period, non-workers.

Following preliminary analysis of the questionnaire data, 12 students were randomly selected to be. iol!erviewed. using a. Long-Term Influence of Divorce and Single Parenting on Adolescent Family- and Work-Related Values, Behaviors, and Aspirations.

Following a summary of the relevant divorce research, this article examines possible long-term influences of both beliefs and living with a single mother on the development of adolescents' values and plans.

Related Articles. Most contingent or part-time workers prefer their job status. Leonard, Bill // HR Magazine;Mar98, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p Reports on the job arrangement preference of majority of part-time workers, independent contractors, and self-employed workers.

This paper reviews the emotional and relational difficulties associated with the crisis of adolescence, drug dependence being only one of the possible disorders. The use of drugs, perceived as a temporary self-defence measure in the struggle against a relatively serious state of depression possibly leading.

Your work-related attitudes determine your job satisfaction and job performance. Positive attitude towards colleagues and supervisor: It is important to develop good interpersonal and social skills at the workplace.

Be friendly and cooperative to your colleagues, respectful to your supervisor, and polite and helpful to customers. Research findings comparing the work attitudes of full-time and part-time employees have been inconsistent and inconclusive. Furthermore, empirical studies have tended to be atheoretical, and there are few convincing psychological explanations to explain differences where by: Building Positive Attitudes in the Workplace Constant Training 5 Four Phases of Attitude at Work 1.

Excitement – usually lasts less than 90 days 2. Frustration – reality sets in, lots of work and high expectations 3. Looking - for excuses, options, answers or another job change Size: KB. Journal of Vocational Behav () Job Attitudes among Full- and Part-Time Employees SHEILA K. McGlNNIS AND PAULA C.

MORROW Iowa State University Many researchers have speculated that full- and part-time workers differ in ways that influence job attitudes. Empirical findings related to this contention have been mixed and by:   Adolescents are the future workforce, so it seems especially important to notice their attitudes towards work, including attitudes towards the welfare system.

The aim of this study was to describe and analyse upper secondary school students' work attitudes, and to explore factors related to these by: In the YDS, a steady job, good chances to get ahead, and good pay were the highest-rated job features (of 12 criteria).

Thus, in all three surveys—MTF, YATS, and YDS—extrinsic rewards of work— that is, those that are obtained as a consequence of having a job rather than from the work itself—rank high in importance. Critics of adolescent work point out that teens who work long hours tend to have lower grades than teens who work fewer hours; there are similar gradients in a range of academically relevant indicators such as absences from school and dropping out.

These critics also report that as hours of work increase, Cited by:   Research on adolescents has ignored a setting in which significant numbers of young people spend significant amounts of time: the workplace. The increasing participation of high school students in the part-time labor force raises a number of questions about the impact of such employment on family and peer relations.

Questionnaire data from a descriptive study of tenth- and eleventh Cited by: Part-time work during adolescence is also a key source of information about work and one's place in the workforce (Levine & Hoffner, ).

Jacobs and Eccles () suggested that parents influence their children's values in four main ways: developing a socioemotional climate, acting as role models, providing key experiences, and transmitting Cited by: The United States' current adolescent employment rate is 80%, which is the highest among developed countries, and Canada's rate is 45%, while Japan's rate is almost 0%; furthermore, these differences mostly exist because adolescents in the United States have shorter school days and less homework, leaving more time for part-time jobs.

Part-time employment 6 to non-workers. Further research is vital to conclude for whom work is good and in what intensity. Adolescent Work Related Theories and Models Theory of Social Embeddedness Granovetter () established a theory of social embeddedness that explains how being embedded in social roles affect individuals.

"Teenagers' part-time employment and their work-related attitudes and aspirations", Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial, Occupational and Organizational Psychology and Behavior (Fall - ), Part-Time Employment: Many high school students have part-time jobs, and more want to work than can find jobs.

Unemployment among minority adolescents is higher than among youth in the dominant culture. Most adolescents spend their money on. Adolescents’ Occupational and Educational Aspirations and Expectations: Links to High School Activities and Adult occupational and educational aspirations and expectations.

Additionally, some scholars (e.g., Gottfredson, ; charity), and vocational (e.g., part-time jobs). Adolescents re-ported their frequency of engaging in. Many adolescents hold part-time jobs during high school.

These jobs can help youth learn many important lessons, such as how the business world works, how to get and keep a job, how to manage time and money, and how to set goals and take pride in one’s accomplishments (Committee on the Health and Safety Implications of Child Labor, Typically are the same age and the same race.

**Stress loyalty and trustworthiness as an important aspect of friendship more than younger children do. They are often alike in their school attitudes, educational aspirations, school achievement, drug abuse, sexual activity. The study, which is a follow-up analysis of an earlier investigation in theJournal, examined relationships between adolescents’ perceptions of family and school environments, their aspirations and measures of social-status attainment, for young adults with different levels of ability and varying attitudes to school.

Data were collected from Australians who were, and years-old Cited by: 1. Strong goals give a sense of purpose and inform a person's decisions about everything they do. Learning about a person's goals is like a window into their values. Much like values, goals can be a powerful tool in therapy.

They can be used for motivation, a tool for exploration, or a guide for making decisions. With clearly written text and useful graphics, Attitudes, Aptitudes, and Aspirations of American Youth offers an overview of important issues for military recruiters, touching on a number of important topics including: sex and race, education and aptitude, physical and moral attributes, and military life and working conditions.

In addition, the. While it is thought that part time employment would keep kids out of trouble, kids actually have less leisure time. This leads to lower grades, less time for homework, thinking about work during class, and fatigue. Middle class teens who work are associated with problem behavior.

Aspirations of high academic performance adolescents' conformity to cultural beliefs. In contrast to Westernized cultures, parents in traditional cultures are more likely to be concerned with: Zoey has a part-time job at a clothing store and helped Emily by letting her use her staff discount card to buy a prom dress.

In turn, Emily. A study was conducted to secure baseline data on Tennessee public high school students working during the school year, to ascertain and compare the students' and parents' opinions on a item questionnaire, and to project the earnings and sales tax contributions of the students.

A predetermined sample size was established in order to infer the study's results for the entire : Don E. McNelly. Adolescent Work, Behavior and Development. As already noted, most American adolescents work part-time during high school.

In the National Survey of Family and Households (Manning, ), initiated in the same year as the YDS, 61% of tenth graders and 90% of twelfth graders were employed at some time during the school the YDS, the median number of hours worked per week was about 11 in Cited by:   The career aspirations of high-achieving adolescent girls were explored by comparing them to the aspirations of adolescent boys as well as by looking at the influence of grade in school, achievement level, and an all-girls school environment.

The participants' ideal and real career aspirations, scored in terms of prestige, were investigated via 2 sets of analyses, with coed (n = ) Cited by: Job attitudes matter because jobs matter—to people’s identities, to their health, and to their evaluations of their lives.

Thirdandfinally,likeanyattitude(Olson& Zanna ), job attitudes matter to the extent they predict important behavior. This has been the dominant assumption in job attitudes research to such an extent that it is.

Suggested Citation:"4 Work's Effects on Children and Adolescents." Institute of Medicine and National Research Council.

Protecting Youth at Work: Health, Safety, and Development of Working Children and Adolescents in the United States. Washington, DC:. Start studying Adolescent Dev Exam 3. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

- proportion of high school students with part time jobs rose dramatically between - which may give adolescents unrealistic attitudes toward money. Trends in Employment and Educational Opportunities for Youth." National Research Council.

Attitudes, Aptitudes, and Aspirations of American Youth: Implications for Military Recruitment. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ×. In addition, shift assignment was observed to be unrelated to job attitudes.

The findings suggest that employment status may not be a useful predictor of work-related attitudes and that future investigation of potential differences between full- and part-time workers should include a wider variety of by:   Career Adaptability:career construction theory highlights a set of specific attitudes, beliefs, and competencies – the ABCs of career construction-- which shape the actual problem-solving strategies and coping behaviors that individuals use to synthesize their vocational self-concepts with work roles.(a) becoming concerned about the.

Work Values and Aspirations. Learning what it means to work begins in early childhood (Feij, ). Young people's work-related beliefs, attitudes, and values play an important role in their selection of an occupation or career and their satisfaction with this choice.

C. Loughlin, J. BarlingTeenagers' part-time employment and their work-related attitude and aspirations Journal of Organizational Behaviour, 19 (), pp.

Google ScholarCited by: The extent to which consideration of part-time employment among adolescents has attained acceptability is reflected in the fact that recently the American Journal of Industrial Medicine devoted an entire issue to the health and safety consequences of such employment (Landrigan, ).Toronto high school students were surveyed to determine some of their desires and experiences concerning work.

(This report is the first of three on a study of Toronto secondary school students' attitudes toward work and unemployment.) Of 34, questionnaires sent, 29, usable responses were received, or 86% of the enrolled students.

The data showed that a large number of the Author: Sylvia Larter.