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The Paths on Life’s Way Project is the only longitudinal study of its kind in British Columbia and one of the few longitudinal studies in Canada. The research, now spanning 22 years, is designed to provide a detailed examination of the post-secondary education and work experiences and attainments and other life experiences of a large sample of the Class of 1988 BC high school graduates and a smaller interview sample of 1990 high school students across different points in time and in relation to changing social and cultural conditions.The Paths on Life’s Way Project is the only longitudinal study of its kind in British Columbia and one of the few longitudinal studies in Canada. The research, now spanning 22 years, is designed to provide a detailed examination of the post-secondary education and work experiences and attainments and other life experiences of a large sample of the Class of 1988 BC high school graduates and a smaller interview sample of 1990 high school students across different points in time and in relation to changing social and cultural conditions.The Paths on Life’s Way Project is the only longitudinal study of its kind in British Columbia and one of the few longitudinal studies in Canada. The research, now spanning 22 years, is designed to provide a detailed examination of the post-secondary education and work experiences and attainments and other life experiences of a large sample of the Class of 1988 BC high school graduates and a smaller interview sample of 1990 high school students across different points in time and in relation to changing social and cultural conditions.The Paths on Life’s Way Project is the only longitudinal study of its kind in British Columbia and one of the few longitudinal studies in Canada. The research, now spanning 22 years, is designed to provide a detailed examination of the post-secondary education and work experiences and attainments and other life experiences of a large sample of the Class of 1988 BC high school graduates and a smaller interview sample of 1990 high school students across different points in time and in relation to changing social and cultural conditions.