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Berufswechsler in Deutschland und Großbritannien

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  • Natascha Nisic
  • Parvati Trübswetter

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Das Ausmaß beruflicher Mobilität wird häufig als Indikator für die Flexibilität von Arbeitsmärkten gesehen. Aus gesamtwirtschaftlicher Perspektive steht dabei die Anpassungsfähigkeit an den Strukturwandel im Vordergrund. Aus Sicht der einzelnen Arbeitnehmer eröffnen berufliche Veränderungen die Möglichkeit, in attraktivere Berufe zu wechseln. Hier werden die kurz- und langfristigen Effekte eines Berufswechsels auf die Löhne von abhängig Beschäftigten in Deutschland und Großbritannien untersucht. Dabei zeigt sich die Bedeutung institutioneller Rahmenbedingungen, die zum Teil sehr unterschiedliche Erwerbs- und Arbeitsmarktchancen für Arbeitnehmer erzeugen.

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  • Natascha Nisic & Parvati Trübswetter, 2012. "Berufswechsler in Deutschland und Großbritannien," SOEPpapers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research 442, DIW Berlin, The German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP).
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    2. Wolnik, Kevin & Holtrup, André, 2017. "Berufswechsel - Chancen und Risiken: Ausmaß, Motive, Gestaltungserfordernisse," Reihe Arbeit und Wirtschaft in Bremen 22, Institut Arbeit und Wirtschaft (IAW), Universität Bremen und Arbeit­nehmer­kammer Bremen.

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