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Transition des études à la vie active : Quelles difficultés ?

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    Dans certains pays, de plus en plus de jeunes ne sont plus scolarisés et ne travaillent pas ; cette tendance signale une transition difficile entre les études et la vie active. L’élévation du niveau de formation facilite la transition vers l’emploi. Les variations démographiques, la conjoncture économique et les attentes culturelles en termes de rôles dévolus aux hommes et aux femmes comptent parmi les facteurs qui affectent le processus de transition. Toutefois, la disponibilité de programmes combinant études et emploi peut exercer un impact positif sur l’entrée dans la vie active.

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    Paper provided by OECD Publishing in its series Les indicateurs de l'éducation à la loupe with number 13.

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    Date of creation: Sep 2013
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    Handle: RePEc:oec:eduaag:13-fr
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