Assiste-t-on à une transformation des carrières professionnelles vers plus de mobilité ? Une exploitation de l'enquête "Histoire de vie"
This paper considers whether there has been an increase in mobility in the French labour market over the past 60 years. We use data on 6618 careers from a French survey called Histoire de vie – Construction des identités (INSEE). We find a small increase in mobility mainly due to the transformation of career trajectories. We show that the main transformation in carreers is not a generalization of mobility but rather an increase in the risk of unemployment.
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