Newham working student pilot project summary report

Project report


Clark, N., Keles, J., Stumbitz, B. and Woodcock, J. 2020. Newham working student pilot project summary report. London, UK Middlesex University. https://doi.org/10.22023/mdx.12937253.v1
TypeProject report
TitleNewham working student pilot project summary report
AuthorsClark, N., Keles, J., Stumbitz, B. and Woodcock, J.
Abstract

Summarises the outcomes from a pilot study of Middlesex students resident in Newham. Through survey interview and secondary data analysis it examines the extent, experience and economic significance of student working. Also establishes extent work-related problems and low level of knowledge of employment rights

LanguageEnglish
PublisherMiddlesex University
Place of publicationLondon, UK
Publication dates
Online10 Sep 2020
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Deposited28 Jul 2020
Output statusPublished
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.22023/mdx.12937253.v1
Institution nameMiddlesex University
Department nameBusiness School
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