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From School to Productive Work

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  • Bierhoff,Helvia
  • Prais,S. J.

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Switzerland is universally respected for its highly successful economy. It has long enjoyed low unemployment and inflation, and an exceptionally satisfactory transition process for youngsters from school to work. This book provides a nuts-and-bolts comparison of how that more successful transition is brought about. It explains the different emphases of Swiss secondary schooling by focusing on the way in which both academic and practical subjects are taught. The different ways in which career guidance and spells of work experience are handled in Britain and Switzerland are also compared.

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This book is provided by Cambridge University Press in its series Cambridge Books with number 9780521599191 and published in 1997.

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Handle: RePEc:cup:cbooks:9780521599191

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