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Migration et trajectoires professionnelles, une approche longitudinale

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  • Chloé Tavan

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[eng] Migration and Careers: a Longitudinal Approach . . Migration interrupts the development of a person's career, particularly in the case of women, who often have to abandon their profession when they leave their country to come to France. However, immigrants gradually return to work as they spend more time in France, but the return to work rate is slower for women. The effect of migration on employment is also much greater for those immigrants who arrived after the 1973-1974 oil crisis. Whilst immigrant men have largely found employment in France, regardless of their age on arrivai or their past experience, a significant proportion of immigrant women have experienced long-term unemployment. These differences are in large due to their reasons for migration: men generally migrate to France to find work whilst women generally migrate to rejoin family. The chances of finding employment are greatly reduced for women who married before migrating to France. Significant differences exist [fre] Migration et trajectoires professionnelles, une approche longitudinale . . La migration introduit une rupture forte dans les trajectoires professionnelles, notamment chez les femmes, pour lesquelles l'arrivée en France s'accompagne souvent d'un abandon de l'activité qu'elles avaient dans leur pays. Toutefois, le retour à l'emploi se fait progressivement au fil. des années passées en France, à un rythme moindre pour les femmes. L'effet de la migration est également plus marqué pour les arrivées postérieures au choc pétrolier de 1973-1974. [spa] Migración y trayectorias profesionales, un enfoque longitudinal . . La migracion introduce una ruptura fuerte de las trayectorias profesionales, en particular para las mujeres, para quien la I/ egada a Francia conl/ eva a menudo el abandonG de la actividad que tenfan en su pafs. No obstante, la vuelta al trabajo se hace progresivamente, a 10 largo de los aflos pasados en Francia, a un ritmo mas lento. El efecto de la migracion esta también mas marcado para las I/ egadas posteriores a la crisis deI petroleo de . 1973-1974. Si los hombres inmigrados, sea cual sea su edad cuando I/ egaron 0 su experiencia pasada, accedieron al empleo, una parte importante de las mujeres inmigradas permanecio apartada deI mercado deI trabajo de manera duradera. Estas diferencias estan relacionadas en gran parte con los motivos de migracion: los hombres vinieron principalmente por el trabajo mientras que las mujeres I/ egaron a menudo en el marco de la reagrupacion famifiar. Para las mujeres casadas [ger] Migration und Berufslaufbahn: ein longitudinaler Ansatz Migration führt zu einem starken Bruch in der Berufslaufbahn, insbesondere bei den Frauen, fürdiedie ' Ankunft in Frankreich oftmals mit der Aufgabe ihrer im Ursprungsland ausgeübten Berufstatigkeit einhergeht. Die Rückkehr zur Beschaftigung erfolgt dann schrittes weise im Laufe der in Frankreich verbrachten den Frauen allerdings langsamer. Starker der Effekt der Migration auch bei denjenigen, die dem Olschock von 1973-1974 eintrafen.

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  • Chloé Tavan, 2006. "Migration et trajectoires professionnelles, une approche longitudinale," Économie et Statistique, Programme National Persée, vol. 393(1), pages 81-99.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:ecstat:estat_0336-1454_2006_num_393_1_7143
    Note: DOI:10.3406/estat.2006.7143
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    1. Élise Coudin, 2007. "Projections de population active à l'horizon 2050 : des actifs en nombre stable pour une population âgée toujours plus nombreuse," Économie et Statistique, Programme National Persée, vol. 408(1), pages 113-136.

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