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La perception des parcours d’études non linéaires par les recruteur·euse·s

Abstract : Employer’s hiring behavior is changing and educational qualifications alone are not enough to explain hiring of graduates. In France, more and more young people drop out and return to full-time study. Therefore, they gain different life experiences outside the sphere of work: travel abroad, period of employment, civic services, etc. Yet, there was little research on this topic in France. This study explores the relationship between atypical schooling pathways and labour market entry from the perspective of employers. On the basis of vignette study, we stimulated a hiring process with a sample of recruiters. A study delay (Master level) was a negative brand in applicants’ resumes if experiences during schooling interruptions are not specify.
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Inès Albandea. La perception des parcours d’études non linéaires par les recruteur·euse·s. L'Orientation scolaire et professionnelle, Institut national d'étude du travail et d'orientation professionnelle (INETOP-CNAM), 2020, 49 (1), pp.37-66. ⟨halshs-02559627⟩

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