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Emploi des jeunes sans diplôme : la prime au rural‪

Abstract : The situation of young people without diploma depends on their social characteristics. It also depends on the economic fabric and regional public policies for youth. Hence, the measurement of factors influencing access to the labour market or access to training is biased without the control of the regional context. The article first presents the impact of the regional level on the situation of employment, unemployment or training. Then, the multilevel analysis conducted from the Generation survey from Céreq estimates the weight of the weight of sociodemographic and school characteristics on their situation, and emphasizes the effect of the rural status of the main place of residence on employment. Finally, the results are put into the perspective of “regionalization”, which gives Regional Councils new competences for vocational training and employability of young people.
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Joël Zaffran. Emploi des jeunes sans diplôme : la prime au rural‪. Formation Emploi. Revue française de sciences sociales, La documentation française/CEREQ, 2018, pp.99-117. ⟨halshs-01880697⟩



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