Learning to make it work: education, work and wellbeing in young adulthood
The grant enabled the YRC to undertake activities aimed at keeping a high level of retention amongst participants in the Life Patterns longitudinal research program. Retention was enhanced through the production of a series of research reports that were designed specifically to inform research participants about the findings of the project and the value of their ongoing contribution to the project, as well as to contact participants to encourage them to respond to the Life Patterns survey. The reports are Life Patterns: Comparing the Generations and Life Patterns: Ten years following Generation Y.
Johanna Wyn, Hernán Cuervo and Jessica Crofts
University of Melbourne Research Grant Support Scheme 2015`
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