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work study

n.
A program administered by high schools and colleges that employs or secures employment for students so they can make money while matriculating.

work′-stud′y adj.
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Noun1.work study - an analysis of a specific job in an effort to find the most efficient method in terms of time and effortwork study - an analysis of a specific job in an effort to find the most efficient method in terms of time and effort
examination, scrutiny - the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)
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Translations

work study

nstudio di organizzazione del lavoro
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"Since being part of the SMArT Work study I have the flexibility to stand whenever I want and I can honestly say I have no back problems at all."
internship, apprenticeship, co-op and/or work study program to establish
Judith Scott-Clayton, associate professor of economics and education at Columbia University Teachers' College, said work study has shown to have a positive effect on college persistence and completion, especially for low-income students, according to a recent study.
The Way We Work Study has found virtual work has become normal practice with close to two thirds (60 percent) of knowledge workers in small and medium businesses (SMBs) in the US, UK and Germany now using on-demand tools-- technology that is internet or cloud-based--in their professional roles, the survey said.
HOUSTON - A task force plans to recommend that the University of Texas System develop a work study program in Houston, partnering with companies to provide work experience for students, the advisory group announced Monday.
ERIC Descriptors: Access to Education; Graduation; Higher Education; Academic Achievement; Student Financial Aid; Work Study Programs; Federal Programs; Federal Aid
As I later would find out, these people were the staff that worked with these students through the corporate work study program.
Usually, it comes down to the high, on-campus demand for work study students.
"Student athletes meet the criteria for recognition as temporary employees of NCAA Division I Member Schools under the FLSA as much as, if not more than, work study participants, and, thus, NCAA Division I Member Schools are required by law to pay student athletes at least the federal minimum-wage of $7.25 an hour," the complaint stated.
Table 1 Sample Characteristics Variable N % Gender Female 255 46.7 Male 291 53.7 Ethnicity White 407 74.5 Unknown 53 9.7 Black/African American 34 6.2 Hispanic/Latino 24 4.4 Asian 15 2.7 Multiracial 9 1.6 American Indian/Alaska Native 2 0.4 International 2 0.4 Disability Grouping Behavioral 59 10.8 Cognitive 104 19.0 Physical 68 12.5 More than one code 21 3.8 No Code 293 53.7 Missing 1 0.2 Housing Off campus 478 87.5 On campus 68 12.5 Financial Aid No financial support 101 18.5 Financial support 445 81.5 Work study 70 12.8 Student loans 171 31.3 Grants 363 66.5 Total 546 100 Grade Point Average by Graduation Rates Degree attainment Mean=3.01 S.D.
Veterans can elect to receive advance payments for 40% of the number of hours in their work study, or for 50 hours, whichever proves less.