School-to-work Transitions in the United States

How Immigrants and Natives Differ

Published in: Immigration, Citizenship, and the Welfare State in Germany and the United States: Immigration Incorporation (Industrial Development and the Social Fabric, Vol. 14, Part A) / Hermann Kurthen, Jürgen Fijalkowski; and Gert Wagner (eds.) (Greenwich, CT : JAI Press, 1998), Chapter 4, p. 47-72

Posted on on January 01, 1998

by Denise D. Quigley

This research analyzes whether and how immigrant and native high school graduates who are leaving school without college degrees and entering the workforce differ during their school-to-work transitions. Specifically this analysis asks questions about the relationship between being an immigrant and the decisions involved in leaving school and finding employment.

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