The impact of term-time employment on higher education students' academic attainment and achievement.
Journal of Education Policy, 23 (4).
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||Rising term-time employment among Britain’s undergraduates has been ignored by policy makers. Few of the numerous studies on the subject have explored its impact on students’ actual attainment, and those that have are limited. Using data derived from 1000 students in six UK universities, it quantifies the affect of students’ paid work on their actual marks and degree results, while controlling for their academic attainment on entry to HE and other factors including working hours.
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