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INTRODUCTION A relatively large amount of adolescents hold a part-time job while they are attending school However concerns regarding declining standards of academic excellence suggest reason for alarm at growing levels of employment among youth This project will attempt to find whether a correlation exists between students who have a part-time job obtain lower grades versus students who do not hold a part-time job AREA OF CONCERN Many adolescents need to procure a part-time job while they are in school to earn money for many different reasons A problem arises when working takes time away that would otherwise be used for schoolwork andor sleep The issue that will be examined in this paper is the negative effect of having a part-time job on a students grades This research is significant because more and more students are entering the job market It is very important that parents employers and the students themselves are aware of the potential consequences of having a part-time job during school The results can help determine possible methods of eliminating the deterrent aspects of having a job while in school HYPOTHESIS AND NULL HYPOTHESIS The hypothesis of this research is that working a part-time job will negatively effect a students grades Furthermore we expect that the students who work the most amounts of hours a week will have lower grades than students who work fewer hours a week The null hypothesis is that there is no difference in the grades of students with a part-time job and in those of the students without a part-time job In addition the number of hours worked has no significance in the grades the students with a part-time job receive LITERATURE REVIEW SCOIAL SIGNIFICANCE Adolescents in our society are instructed that an education is a relatively crucial component in succeeding in life The principle objective of going to school is to acquire significant knowledge to help
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