Emploi flexible et emploi non flexible à la sortie du chômage : une analyse par métier et secteur d'activité
This paper focuses on transition from unemployment to employment. A comparison between jobs found by formerly unemployed people and jobs occupied by the working population proves that the first are more often part-time and short-term, flexible, jobs. A risk modelling of flexibility shows that conformity with seeking standards depends on the economic sector.
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