School-to-Work Transition

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VET and School-to-Work Transition – Vocationally educated upper-secondary level school-leavers are better prepared to enter the labour market research finds

This article describes and analyses the school-to-work transitions of a 2006 cohort of Dutch school-leavers with upper-secondary general and vocational qualifications (ISCED Level 3). By adopting a longitudinal perspective through the use of SA, we have been able to integrate recent ideas about school-to-work transitions into an analysis of the effect of vocational education on … Continue reading

Transition from Full-Time Education to Full-Time Work – Four factors that can accelerate it

The transition to adulthood has traditionally been marked by the completion of key milestones such as completing school and further study, leaving home and becoming financially independent. The prospect of a good job that pays a fair wage has been key to Australia’s promise to our young people and their future prosperity. Work has long … Continue reading

School-to-Work Transition in France – No improvement for young people with lower secondary qualifications only

Against the background of a weak economic recovery, access to employment for young people in the 2013 cohort was slightly more favourable than for the preceding cohort. In 2016, three years after they had left the education system, one young worker in five was looking for a job; in the case of those with only … Continue reading

School-to-Work Transition – 5 main types of regimes

This report presents the comparative overview of the school-to-work (STW) transition pathways, structures and related effectiveness in eight countries : Estonia, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and the UK. In addition, France was reviewed where possible as representing a particular Continental STW transition model. We have applied the Pohl and Walther’s typology of … Continue reading

School-to-Work Transition in Europe – Considerable challenges persist despite intense reform activity

The Great Recession that has engulfed Europe since 2008 has had a profound impact on the process of young people’s school-to-work (STW) transition, exacerbating the challenges arising from the long-term structural transformations affecting youth labor markets across the European Union (EU). However, despite the impact of the crisis having been felt everywhere, profound cross-country differences … Continue reading

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