Characterizing the school-to-work transitions of young men and women : evidence from the ILO school-to-work transition surveys
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Keywordstransition from school to work; job searching; recruitment; young worker; wages; Azerbaijan; China; Egypt; Iran; Islamic Republic; Mongolia; Nepal; Serbia; Syrian Arab Republic; passage de l'école à la vie active; recherche d'emploi; recrutement; jeune travailleur; salaire; Azerbaïdjan; Chine; Egypte; Iran; République islamique; Mongolie; Népal; Serbie; République arabe syrienne; transición de la escuela a la vida profesional; búsqueda de empleo; contratación; joven trabajador; salario; Azerbaiyán; China; Egipto; Irán; República Islámica; Mongolia; Nepal; Serbia; República Arabe Siria;
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