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">How high school students use time: a visual essay 11/01/2008
  • Knowing younger workers better: information from the NLSY97 09/01/2008
  • Who goes to college? Evidence from the NLSY97 08/01/2008
  • Youth enrollment and employment during the school year 02/01/2008
  • Teen time use and parental education: evidence from the CPS, MTF, and ATUS 05/01/2007
  • Occupational injuries among young workers 10/01/2005
  • Variations in time use at stages of the life cycle. 09/01/2005
  • Job mobility and wage growth: evidence from the NLSY79 02/01/2005
  • The National Longitudinal Survey of Youth: 1979 cohort at 25 02/01/2005
  • Worker training: what we’ve learned from the NLSY79 02/01/2005
  • Antecedents and predecessors of NLSY79: paving the course 02/01/2005
  • The transition from school to work: education and work experiences 02/01/2005
  • Education data in the79: a premiere research tool 02/01/2005
  • Children of the79: a unique data resource 02/01/2005
  • The problem of respondent attrition: survey methodology is key 02/01/2005
  • Self-employment, entrepreneurship, and the NLSY79 02/01/2005
  • Alaska’s ‘brain drain’: myth or reality? 05/01/2004
  • Youth employment in the United States 08/01/2001
  • Youth employment during school: results from two longitudinal surveys 08/01/2001
  • Youth initiation into the labor market 08/01/2001
  • School-to-work programs: information from two surveys 08/01/2001
  • The NLSY97: an introduction 08/01/2001
  • Racial differences in youth employment 08/01/2001
  • Expenditures of college-age students and nonstudents. 07/01/2001
  • Teenagers: employment and contributions to family spending 09/01/2000
  • Seasonal and sectoral patterns in youth employment 04/01/2000
  • State labor legislation enacted in 1999 01/01/2000
  • Research Summary: Fatal Injuries and young Workers 06/01/1999
  • Young worker participation in post-school education and training 06/01/1998
  • Earnings of college graduates: women compared with men 03/01/1998
  • Making it on their own: the baby-boom meets generation X 02/01/1998
  • Labor market success of young adults from two generations 02/01/1998
  • U.S. and German youths: unemployment and the transition from school to work 03/01/1997
  • Job-related Fatalities Involving Youth, 1992-95 12/01/1996
  • Young men and the transition to stable employment 08/01/1994
  • Drug and alcohol use at work 08/01/1991
  • Employment programs for disabled youth: an international view 12/01/1990
  • Decline in youth population does not lead to lower jobless rates 06/01/1987
  • What happened to the high school class of 1985? 10/01/1986
  • New monthly data series on school age youth 07/01/1985
  • One-fourth of the adult labor force are college graduates 02/01/1985
  • A comparison of youth unemployment in Australia and the United States 10/01/1984
  • Fewer students in work force as school age population declines 07/01/1984
  • Youth labor force marked turning point in 1982 08/01/1983
  • Does a younger male labor force mean greater earnings inequality? 11/01/1982
  • How Sweden combats unemployment among young and older workers 10/01/1982
  • ">Labor force patterns of students, graduates, and dropouts, 1981 09/01/1982
  • ">Tracking youth joblessness: persistent or fleeting? 02/01/1982
  • Youth unemployment: an international perspective 07/01/1981
  • Labor force activity among students, graduates, and dropouts in 1980 07/01/1981
  • Youth labor force activity: alternative surveys compared 03/01/1981
  • The youngest workers: 14- and 15-year-olds 02/01/1981
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