Precariedad laboral de los jóvenes y segmentación por la edad en Rhône-Alpes : análisis global de las condiciones de empleo y estudio específico los principales sectores terciarios
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Keywordsprecariedad; segmentación por edad; jóvenes; empleo asalariado; sectores terciarios; Francia; Rhône-Alpes; précarité; emploi des jeunes; segmentation du marché du travail; condition de travail; France;
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