School Work Balance

Statistics

Portrait of school perseverance in Estrie

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The school-work balance of young people in Estrie

The information that follows is taken from the evaluation report conducted in 2014 by the Centre d’études et de recherche sur les transitions et l’apprentissage (CERTA) on the effects of the School-Work Balance Estrie program on the school perseverance and educational success of Estrie students. More than 7000 high school, vocational school, adult education, Cégep and university students participated in this evaluation.

Consult the highlights of the evaluation report.

54.1% of Estrie students in the second cycle of high school work while attending school. Here is the portrait of all the Estrie’s MRCs

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In Estrie, 83.1% of young college students under the age of 25 work while pursuing their studies.

In Estrie, among the young people who have jobs, half of them work less than 15 hours per week.

vertLess than 15 hours/week

bleuBetween 15 and 30 hours/week

orangeMore than 30 hours/week

High school

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Cégep

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University

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Source: Bourdon, S. et Lessard, A. (2015). Évaluation des effets du programme Conciliation étudestravail (CÉT) sur la persévérance scolaire et la réussite éducative des élèves en Estrie. Rapport final. Sherbrooke : Centre d’études et de recherches sur les transitions et l’apprentissage (CÉRTA).