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    Allen, Mary and Vaillancourt, Chantal. (2004). Class of 2000: Profile of Post Secondary Graduates and Student Debt. Education, Skills and Learning Research Papers. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 81-595-MIE2004016.

    Bayard, Justin and Greenlee, Edith. (2009). Graduating in Canada: Profile, Labour Market Outcomes and Student Debt of the Class of 2005. Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Research Papers, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-595-M No. 074.

    Becker, Gary. (1964). Human Capital: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis. New York: Columbia University Press.

    Betts, Julian, Ferrall, Christopher and Finnie, Ross. (2007). The Role of University Characteristics in Determining Post-Graduation Outcomes: Panel Evidence from Three Recent Canadian Cohorts. Analytical Studies Branch Research Paper Series, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 11F0019MIE, No. 292. Ottawa

    Blundell, Richard, Dearden, Lorraine, and Sianesi, Barbara. (2005). "Evaluating the effect of education on earnings: Models, methods and results from the National Child Development Survey," Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, A 168(3): 473-512.

    Bobbitt-Zeher, Donna. (2007). "The gender income gap and the role of education," Sociology of Education 80(1): 1-22.

    Bozik, Robert and DeLuca, Stefanie. (2005). "Better late than never? Delayed enrollment in the high school to college transition," Social Forces 84(1): 527-550.

    Canadian Council on Learning. (2008). Lessons in Learning: Gappers Taking Time Off Between High School and Post-Secondary Studies. Ottawa.

    Card, David. (1999). "The causal effect of education on earnings". In Handbook of Labor Economics. Vol. 3. O. Ashenfelter and D. Card (eds.). Elsevier Science: Amsterdam.

    Caspi, Avshalom, Entner Wright, Bradley R., Moffitt, Terrie E. and Silva, Phil A. (1998). "Early failure in the labor market: Childhood and adolescent predictors of unemployment in the transition to adulthood," American Sociological Review 63(3): 424-451.

    Chen, Zeng-yin and Kaplan, Howard B. (2003). "School failure in early adolescence and status attainment in middle adulthood: A longitudinal study," Sociology of Education 76(2): 110-127.

    Cooksey, Elizabeth C. and Rindfuss, Ronald R. (2001). "Patterns of work and schooling in young adulthood," Sociological Forum 16(4): 731-755.

    de Broucker, Patrice. (2005a). From Education to Work: A Difficult Transition for Young Adults with Low Levels of Education. Organisation For Economic Cooperation and Development and Canadian Policy Research Network, Ottawa.

    de Broucker, Patrice. (2005b). Without a Paddle: What to do About Canada's Young Drop-Outs. Ottawa: Canadian Policy Research Networks.

    Doray, Pierre, Picard, France, Trottier, Claude and Groleau, Amélie. (2009). Educational Pathways: Some Key Concepts. The Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation.

    Dowsett, Burt. (2009). "Laid off workers look in different directions for work: Retraining, starting businesses among options after recovery from the shock". The London Free Press, page BM6, Monday May 25th.

    Dubois, Julie. (2007). Outcomes for Alternate Pathways. Learning Policy Directorate, Strategic Policy and Research Paper, SP-784-05-07E. Human Resources and Social Development Canada.

    Ferrer, Ana M. and Menendez, Alicia. (2009). The Returns to Flexible Postsecondary Education: The Effect of Delaying School. Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network, Working Paper No. 20

    Ferrer, Ana M. and Riddell, W. Craig. (2008). "Education, credentials and immigrant earnings," Canadian Journal of Economics 41(1): 186-216.

    Ferrer, Ana M. and Riddell, W. Craig. (2002). "The role of credentials in the Canadian labour market," Canadian Journal of Economics 35(4): 879-905.

    Finnie, Ross (2001). "Fields of plenty, fields of lean: The early labour market outcomes of Canadian university graduates by discipline," The Canadian Journal of Higher Education 21(1): 141-176.

    Finnie, Ross. (1999). A Dynamic Analysis of the School-to-Work Transition of Post-Secondary Graduates in Canada. Research Papers R-99-14E. Ottawa: Applied Research Branch, Strategic Policy, Human Resources Development Canada.

    Frenette, Marc and Coulombe, Simon. (2007). Has Higher Education Among Young Women Substantially Reduced the Gender Gap in Employment and Earnings? Analytical Studies Branch Research Paper Series. Statistics Canada Catalogue no.11F0019MIE2007301. Ottawa: Statistics Canada.

    Green, David A. and Riddell, W. Craig. (2001). Literacy, Numeracy and Labour Market Outcomes in Canada. Catalogue Number 89-552-MPE, no. 8. Statistics Canada and Human Resources Development Canada.

    Hamil-Luker, Jenifer. (2005). "Women's wages: Cohort differences in returns to education and training over time," Social Science Quarterly 86: 1261-1278.

    Hango, Darcy. (2008). "Taking time off between high school and post-secondary education: Determinants and early labour market outcomes," Education Matters: Insights on Education, Learning and Training in Canada. January 7, Vol. 4, No.5. Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-004-XIE.

    Hango, Darcy and de Broucker, Patrice. (2007). Education-to-Labour Market Pathways of Canadian Youth: Findings from the Youth in Transition Survey. Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Research Papers, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-595-MIE200754.

    Heath, Sue. (2007). "Widening the gap: pre-university gap years and the 'economy of experience,'" British Journal of Sociology 28(1): 89-103.

    Jones, Andrew. (2004). Review of Gap Year Provision, Research Report No. 555. Department for Education and Skills.

    Kerckhoff, Alan C., Raudenbush, Stephen W. and Glennie, Elizabeth. (2001). "Education, cognitive skill, and labour force outcomes," Sociology of Education 74(1): 1-24.

    King, Darren, Eisl-Culkin, Judy and Desjardins, Louise. (2008). Doctorate Education in Canada: Findings from the Survey of Earned Doctorates, 2005/2006. Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Research Papers, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-595-M No. 069.

    Knapp, Martin, Perkins, M., Beecham, Jennifer, Dhanasiri, S., and Rustin, C. (2008). "Transition pathways for young people with complex disabilities: exploring the economic consequences," Child: Care, Health and Development 34(4): 512-520.

    Knighton, Tamara, Hujaleh, Filsan, Iacampo, Joe and Werkneh, Gugsa. (2009). Lifelong Learning Among Canadians Aged 18 to 64: First Results from the 2008 Access and Support to Education and Training Survey. Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Research Papers, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-595-M No. 079.

    Krahn, Harvey, Lowe, Graham S., and Lehmann, Wolfgang. (2002). "Acquisition of employability skills by high school students," Canadian Public Policy 28(2): 275-296.

    La Rose, Lauren. (2009). "Back to class: Economic downturn forces some workers to return to school and pursue new careers," Waterloo Region Record, Page B3, Monday February 9th.

    Leventhal, Tama, Graber, Julia A. And Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne. (2001). "Adolescent transitions to young adulthood: Antecedents, correlates, and consequences of adolescent employment," Journal of Research on Adolescence 11(3): 297-323.

    Light, Audrey. (1995). "The effects of interrupted schooling on wages," The Journal of Human Resources 30(3): 472-502.

    Lin, Jane. (2008) "Trends in employment and wages, 2002 to 2007," Perspectives, September: 5-15. Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 75-001-X.

    Long, J. Scott. (1997). Regression Models for Categorical and Limited Dependent Variables. Advanced Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences, Volume 7. Sage: Thousand Oaks, California.

    Looker, E. Dianne and Thiessen, Victor (2008). The Second Chance System: Results from the Three Cycles of the Youth in Transition Survey. The Learning Research Series, Report Number SP-836-04-08E. Human Resources and Social Development Canada. Ottawa.

    Luong, May and Hébert, Benoît-Paul. (2009). "Age and earnings," Perspectives, January: 5-11. Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 75-001-X.

    Marsh, Herbert W. and Kleitman, Sabina. (2005). "Consequences of employment during high school: character building, subversion of academic goals, or a threshold?" American Educational Research Journal 42(2): 331-369.

    McIntosh, Steven and Vignoles, Anna. (2001). "Measuring and assessing the impact of basic skills on labour market outcomes," Oxford Economic Papers 3: 453-481.

    Palameta, Boris and Zhang, Xuelin. (2006) "Does it pay to go back to school?" Perspectives March, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 75-001-XPE.

    Riddell, W. Craig and Sweetman, Arthur. (2000). "Human capital formation in a period of rapid change." Pp 85-142 in Adapting Public Policy to a Labour Market in Transition. W. Craig Riddell and France St.-Hilaire (eds). Institute for Research on Public Policy: Montreal.

    Ruhm, Christopher J. (1997). 'Is high school employment consumption or investment?' Journal of Labor Economics 15: 735-776.

    Rumberger, Russell W. and Lamb, Stephen P. (2003). "The early employment and further experiences of high school dropouts: A comparative study of the United States and Australia," Economics of Education Review 22: 353-366.

    Shaienks, Danielle and Gluszynski, Tomasz (2009). Education and Labour Market Transitions in Young Adulthood. Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Research Papers, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-595-M, No. 075.

    Sharan, Kamal K. (2000). "Provincial earnings differences," Perspectives Summer. Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 75-001-XPE.

    StataCorp. (2008). Stata Statistical Software: Release 10. College Station, Texas: StataCorp LP.

    Statistics Canada. (2003). Youth in Transition 18-20 Year Old User Guide-Cycle 1. Ottawa: Human Resources Development Canada and Statistics Canada.

    Statistics Canada and the Council of Ministers of Education (2007). Education Indicators in Canada: Report of the Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program. Catalogue Number 81-582-XIE. Ottawa

    Sunter, Deborah. (1993). 'School, work and dropping out', Perspectives on Labour and Income 5(2): 44-52. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 75-001-XIE.

    Thomas, Scott L. and Zhang, Liang. (2005). "Post-baccalaureate wage growth within 4 years of graduation: The effects of college quality and college major," Research in Higher Education 46(4): 437-459.
    Vera-Toscano, Esperanza, Phimister, Euan, and Weersink, Alfons. (2004). "Panel estimates of the Canadian rural/urban women's wage gap," American Journal of Agricultural Economics 86(4): 1138-1151.

    Waldfogel, Jane. (1998). "Understanding the 'family gap' in pay for women with children." Journal of Economic Perspectives 12(1):137-156.

    Walters, David. (2004). "A comparison of the labour market outcomes of postsecondary graduates of various levels and fields over a four-cohort period," Canadian Journal of Sociology 29(1): 1-27.

    Zhang, Xuelin. (2009) "Earnings of women with and without children," Perspectives, March: 5-13). Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 75-001-X.

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