Candidatures spontanées, réseaux et intermédiaires publics : quelle information et quels appariements sur le marché du travail français?
Drawing on data from the French Labour Surveys (2005-2011), this article studies the matching processes via the three main channels in the French labour market: direct applications, networks and public agencies. The job finding channels are analyzed, controlling for the job search channels used. The main hypothesis is that the three channels lead to different matches because they do not convey the same kind of information about the applicants (the ‘format’ of the information may be written, spoken or standardized).
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