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Les avantages a long terme sur le marche du travail associes au diplome terminal d'etudes secondaires


  • Frenette, Marc


Le present document examine les avantages a long terme qu'un diplome d'etudes secondaires confere sur le marche du travail. Il traite principalement de la valeur du diplome (l'effet de signal), mais on procede aussi a une estimation des avantages associes au nombre d'annees de scolarite requis pour obtenir le diplome (l'effet lie au capital humain). Les resultats obtenus sur le marche du travail sont mesures pour des personnes nees au milieu des annees 1960, qui sont suivies depuis la mi-vingtaine jusqu'a la mi-quarantaine a partir de donnees administratives longitudinales provenant du Fichier de donnees longitudinales sur la main d'oeuvre (FDLMO), ces donnees etant couplees a celles du Recensement de la population de 1991. L'etude porte sur deux groupes : les personnes ayant un diplome terminal d'etudes secondaires (c'est a dire qui avaient un diplome d'etudes secondaires mais n'avaient pas fait d'etudes postsecondaires au moment du Recensement de 1991), et les personnes sans diplome d'etudes secondaires (c'est a dire qui n'avaient pas de diplome, n'etaient pas inscrites a un programme d'etudes secondaires et n'avaient pas fait d'etudes postsecondaires au moment du Recensement de 1991).

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  • Frenette, Marc, 2014. "Les avantages a long terme sur le marche du travail associes au diplome terminal d'etudes secondaires," Direction des etudes analytiques : documents de recherche 2014354f, Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques.
  • Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp3f:2014354f

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    Education; training and learning; Educational attainment; Labour; Outcomes of education;

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