WxL study finds three key factors to remote work experience for young people

Monday, October 19, 2020

Our latest publication on remote work-integrated learning experiences from the student perspective is highlighted in Waterloo Stories. Conducted by Work-Learn Institute's team of researchers Judene Pretti, Brittany Etmanski and Amie Durston, the study identifies three important factors that affect a student's remote work experience: socialization, productivity and meaningful work.

Visit Waterloo Stories to read the full article and International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning (IJWIL) for the research publication (PDF).

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