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¿Cuánto Duran Los Colombianos En El Desempleo Y El Empleo? : Un Análisis De Supervivencia

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  • Hermes Fernando Martínez

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El presente documento analiza la duración del desempleo y del empleo en Colombia, para encontrar como se incrementan las probabilidades de salida del desempleo y del empleo de diferentes grupos, basándose en la información para las diez principales ciudades de la Encuesta de hogares. Los resultados encontrados muestran que los mayores de 45 años tienen bajas probabilidades de salir del desempleo, el grupo de mujeres comparadas con los hombres, el grupo de bachilleres, personas con universidad incompleta y los trabajadores que buscan empleo en el sector formal. Al comparar los resultados anteriores con las duraciones en el empleo, se encontró que los grupos de mayores probabilidades de perder el empleo son: los más jóvenes y los que se encuentran en el sector informal, lo cual es consistente pues presentan bajas permanencias en el desempleo y bajas permanencias en el empleo.

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  • Hermes Fernando Martínez, 2003. "¿Cuánto Duran Los Colombianos En El Desempleo Y El Empleo? : Un Análisis De Supervivencia," DOCUMENTOS CEDE 003800, UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES-CEDE.
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