In a review of the literature at the time, stern and nakata (1991) found overall benefits to students who worked during term time and this conclusion is reflected in more recent studies. Three years later, researchers measured the graduation and academic performance rates of students the results showed that the information did not have a significant impact on graduation rates for upper secondary school, which was nearly equal for the treatment and control groups. The working students and their academic performance conceptual framework study habits and academic performance of the working students have attracted increased attention among the university teachers and students with the aim of knowing and understanding the reasons, problems and other factors affecting them. The performance of students on the module is not affected by such factors as age, sex and place of residence but is associated with qualification in quantitative subjects.
Its effect on the academic performance of students has been questioned by many researchers (green, 1987) some of the issues raised in the literature concern matters such as the number of hours worked, whether or not the students' jobs pertain to their majors, and the students' workloads. Academic performance of working students chapter 1 the problem and its setting introduction education in the largest sense is any act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character or physical ability of an individual. 1 introduction students academic gain and learning performance is affected by numerous factor including gender, age, teaching faculty, students schooling, father/guardian social economic status, residential area of students, medium of instructions in schools, tuition trend, daily study hour and accommodation as hostelries or day scholar. And academic performance among college business students academic standing (ie freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior) was incorporated to examine how working affects students at stages of.
The problem has been developed with the question as to how the corresponding workloads and required working hours of working students affect their academic performance at earist as a researcher, the main purpose of the study is to know the factors that affect the academic performance of working students. factors affecting the academic performance of the working students in polythecnic university of the philippines santa rosa campus sy 2013-2014. Comparing high and low academic performance and the amount of hours students worked, found that the amount of hours employed did not have an adverse effect on their.
In this study, the authors examined the effect of both time spent studying and time spent working on academic performance the authors further evaluated the interaction of motivation and ability with study time and its effect on academic performance. Most of the remaining two-thirds of working students state that their primary reason for working is to pay tuition, fees, and living expenses, with upper-income students more likely to work in order to earn spending money or gain job experience. Working and studying academic performance of a working bsa student chapter i: the problem and it's background this chapter presents the background of the study as it discusses the nature and purpose of the research.
Although working a large number of hours (20+) can be detrimental to students' academic success, part-time (specifically on campus) jobs can be very beneficial in many ways. The academic and social profiles of 867 students, studying in a university of economic and social studies, are analyzed by means of ordinary least squares and quantile regression methods.
The academic performance of students in higher institution case of rift valley university jimma campus ethiopia cross sectional study design was examined the respondents for this study was 294 students which is determined. The impact of employment during school on college student academic performance jeffrey s desimone nber working paper no 14006 issued in may 2008. Introduction student employment is a very common practice in the philippines with a significant portion of the student population engaging in part-time jobs, it is not a surprise to find working students in a classroom, especially in colleges and universities. Factors that affect the students' academic performance these are internal and external classroom factors and these factors strongly affect the students' performance.