Nursing Students' Employment : Causes and Effects


Nursing Students' Employment : Causes and Effects

Description

College nursing students work is a controversial phenomenon from different perspectives: students, academic staff, employers and nursing professor's decision-makers. The escalating costs of college study, students are left with the decision of how to fund their education. So, students are left to pay their own way by means of full-time or part-time employment .Approximately 80 percent of all college students are employed while completing their undergraduate education .The amount of time students spend working has been of increasing concern for the educators that serve them and, in some instances, the students themselves. students have the need to work to afford college and its important for higher education researchers, policy analysts, practitioners, faculty, and administrators to better understand students needs and challenges in trying to balance work, financing, and college.


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Details

Author(s)
Ahmed Eglal, A El Hamid Magda, Ali Shaimaa
Format
Paperback | 148 pages
Dimensions
150.11 x 219.96 x 8.64mm | 267.62g
Publication date
30 Jan 2015
Publisher
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Publication City/Country
United States
Language
English
Illustrations note
black & white illustrations
ISBN10
3659662496
ISBN13
9783659662492