Apprentices and the training-to-work transition: an unqualified advantage?

Apprentices and the training-to-work transition: an unqualified advantage?Ever increasing numbers of apprentices, with increasingly high levels of education and training, are entering the labour market and, despite the crisis, under significantly more favourable conditions than young people who have taken the classroom-based route. However, the overall positive tone of this general picture conceals differences between levels of qualification and tracks and, above all, a selective entry process to this pathway whose effects have still to be assessed.

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Alberto Lopez, Emmanuel SulzerApprentices and the training-to-work transition: an unqualified advantage? in Training and employment n° 123 (May-June 2016). – 4 p.



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Doc du Céreq (2016, 6 juillet). Apprentices and the training-to-work transition: an unqualified advantage? Echos du travail. Consulté le 26 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/o0aj