— M.A., University of New Orleans
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Jamie Carroll is a graduate student in the Sociology program at UT Austin. She studies how organizations stratify individual behavior and outcomes within education and the labor market. Specifically, she is interested in how educational opportunities shape the type of workplace environments and job tasks individuals have access to. Her current study uses the High School & Beyond data set to understand how the curricular paths and academic environments students experienced in high school are related to their place within occupations that require critical thinking and creativity or routine and manual tasks over 30 years after high school graduation.