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Les rôles de la formation initiale et de l'expérience dans la hiérarchie des salaires des jeunes

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  • Mireille Bruyère

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    (CERTOP - Centre d'Etude et de Recherche Travail Organisation Pouvoir - CNRS : UMR5044 - Université Toulouse le Mirail - Toulouse II)

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    Nous cherchons à montrer que l'influence de la formation initiale sur le salaire s'atténue rapidement lors de l'insertion sur le marché du travail durant les cinq premières années de vie active en France. Le domaine professionnel de la formation initiale joue un rôle de classement pour accéder aux emplois les plus rémunérés mais il n'apporte pas de gain salarial propre. Une grande proximité entre le domaine professionnel de la formation et le champ professionnel de l'emploi apporte un gain salarial élevé au premier emploi mais diminue fortement dans les emplois suivants. L'expérience devient déterminante dans la formation du salaire dès le deuxième emploi

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    Date of creation: 18 Jun 2012
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    Publication status: Published, Economie Appliquée, 2012, LXV, 3, 27-58
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    Keywords: formation; emploi; salaire; expérience professionnelle;

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