Community College Students Need Fair Job Scheduling Practices

Source: Lindsey Reichlin, Barbara Gault, Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR), Fact Sheet, IWPR #C420, July 2014

From the abstract:
Working is often critical to community college students’ ability to pursue a postsecondary education, but holding a job while in school can threaten a student’s success in college. For students to succeed at both school and work, they need jobs with predictable schedules and they need to have a say in scheduling so that work does not conflict with classes. This is especially important for students who are also parents, who must often schedule child care in addition to work and school.