Can we improve job retention and advancement among low-income working parents ?

@inproceedings{Holzer2005CanWI,
  title={Can we improve job retention and advancement among low-income working parents ?},
  author={Harry J. Holzer and Karin Martinson},
  year={2005}
}
  • Harry J. Holzer, Karin Martinson
  • Published 2005
4–5 years. Rates of turnover are highest among young workers, who frequently work part time while in school or engage in “job-shopping” early in their careers. But turnover is also relatively high among particular groups of youth or adults: high school dropouts, those with weak cognitive skills, minorities, women with young children, and the formerly… CONTINUE READING