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January 14, 2020

January 14, 2020 – Participating in school/work co-op programs is linked to higher incomes and a higher likelihood of success in the labour market after graduation, but some get more benefits than others, says a new report from the C.D. Howe Institute.

In “Work-Ready Graduates: The Role of Co-op Programs in Labour Market Success,” author Rosalie Wyonch shows how the effect of participating in a co-op program differs for certain groups, including women, visible minorities and immigrants.

Rosalie Wyonch
Rosalie Wyonch

Rosalie has a Master of Arts in Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in Honours Mathematical Economics from the University of Waterloo. Prior to joining the C.D. Howe Institute as a Policy Analyst in 2016, she was a Research Analyst at the Ontario Ministry of Finance in the Office of Economic Policy.