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Transitions from education to work in Europe

Transitions from education to work in Europe

the integration of youth into EU labour markets

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford [England], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School-to-work transition -- European Union countries.,
  • Youth -- Employment -- European Union countries.,
  • Labor market -- European Union countries.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [315]-328) and indexes.

    Statementedited by Walter Müller and Markus Gangl.
    ContributionsMuller, Walter, 1942-., Gangl, Markus.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC1037.8 .E85T73 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 335 p. :
    Number of Pages335
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19231678M
    ISBN 100199252475
    LC Control Number2003066201

    Drawing on research supported within the European Commission's Targeted Socio-Economic Research program, this book details different systems of transition from school to work, in selected European Union (EU) member states. Different chapters focus on different aspects of the process. The integration of youth into the labour market is by: Well-Paid Jobs in Europe for Highly Skilled Professionals. Having professional skills that are in great demand in the destination country is one way to get a job offer from a European company, and transfer from companies based in Europe with branches in the U.S. is a great long-term plan.

    Transitions in Global Education. 23, likes 7 talking about this. A consulting practice focused on experience-based university admission counselling, introducing students to the opportunities, Followers: 24K. Brooks, R () Transitions from Education to Work: New perpectives from Europe and beyond Palgrave McMillan, Basingstoke. ISBN ISBN Preview.

    Transitions in Global Education (TiGEs) is research journal that publishes a compilation of thoughts, analysis, and ideas on the impact of current trends and events on the global education landscape both at micro and macro levels. Conversely, this journal also publishes content on the impact of global education on current trends and events. Brooks R. (). Transitions from Education to Work: New perpectives from Europe and beyond. pages. Palgrave McMillan, Basingstoke 26 Mar


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Transitions from education to work in Europe Download PDF EPUB FB2

'This is an interesting, well structured book that draws upon a wide range of literature. The book examines key issues relating to our understanding of the changing nature of young people's transitions from education to work from an international comparative perspective [it] is particularly valuable for the diversity afforded by the international scope and for the multiplicity of young Format: Hardcover.

This book compiles an integrated series of comparative empirical analyses of education-to-work transitions across the EU by drawing on the European Labour Force Surveys. Individual chapters describe the educational background of young people entering the labor market, address the scope of educational expansion in recent decades, and chart basic Format: Hardcover.

'This is an interesting, well structured book that draws upon a wide range of literature. The book examines key issues relating to our understanding of the changing nature of young people's transitions from education to work from an international comparative perspective [it] is particularly valuable for the diversity afforded by the international scope and for the multiplicity of young.

Compiles an integrated series of comparative empirical analyses of education-to-work transitions in European Union countries.

Individual chapters describe the educational background of young people entering the labour market, address the scope of educational expansion over the past decades, and chart basic structures of transition patterns in European labour markets.

This book is a result of collaborative research efforts in the project 'A Comparative Analysis of Transitions from Education to Work in Europe' (CATEWE) that has been supported within the European Commission's Targeted Socio-Economic Research (TSER) programme.

Transitions from Education to Work in Europe The Integration of Youth into EU Labour Markets Edited by Walter Müller and Markus Gangl. Inter-disciplinary approach to topic (encompassing sociology, economics, eduaction) Comparative focus on EU countries; Based on new, empirical evidence.

Bringing together contributions from international scholars, this book explores the changing nature of young people's transitions and challenges assumptions about pathways from education into employment in contemporary society.

Based on up to date qualitative and ethnographic research, this book examines youth education-to-work transitions in the UK. Using the theoretical lens of a Foucauldian governmentality approach, the authors: consider the ‘why’ and the ‘how’ of youth employability training.

Transitions from education to work: new perspectives from Europe and beyond, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education: Vol. 41, No. 5, pp. Against this background, the book provides an encompassing comparative analysis of school-to-work transitions in EU member states.

It shows how differences in both European education and training systems, as well as labour market institutions, generated significant variation in the experiences of young people entering European labour markets.

There is a broad spectrum of empirical evidence showing that young people's transitions from school to work are structured by class, education, gender, ethnicity, and region.

Recently, increasing scientific attention has been given to the biographical aspects of youth by:   One reason is the failure of employers, education providers, and young people to understand one another. To cite our report, they operate in “parallel universes.” In Europe, 74 percent of education providers were confident that their graduates were prepared for work, but only 38 percent of youth and 35 percent of employers agreed.

CATEWE aims at analysing the transition from education to work in a comparative European perspective. This entails developing a more satisfactory framework for understanding transitions in different European systems and to use this framework to analyse the factors affecting success and failure in education/training outcomes and labour market integration.

Get this from a library. Transitions from education to work: new perspectives from Europe and beyond. [Rachel Brooks;] -- Exploring numerous topics arising from the issue of making the transition from education to work, this text examines concepts such as social.

The transition from school to work: a European perspective The transition from school to work: a European perspective Chapter: (p.1) 1 The transition from school to work: a European perspective Source: Transitions from Education to Work in Europe Author(s): Walter Müller Markus Gangl (Contributor Webpage) Publisher: Oxford University Press.

the economic independence achieved with a successful school-to-work transition. In the ‘Eastern European’ and ‘Mediterranean’ models, difficult and problematic school-to-work transitions are associated with very slow and late transitions to independence and Size: 6MB.

Transitions, Cultures, and the Future of Youth Research. transitions to work across Europe, which appeared most appropriate when a cohort was making its education to work, and family and.

Against this background, this book provides an encompassing comparative analysis of school-to-work transitions in EU member states. It shows how differences in both European education and training systems, as well as labour market institutions, generated significant variation in the experiences of young people entering European labour markets.

Table of Contents. Acknowledgements. Contributors. Chapter 1 Understanding Youth Transitions in Difficult Times. Sarah Irwin, Ann Nilsen. Chapter 2 Youth research meets life course terminology: the transition paradigm revisited. Ken Roberts. Chapter 3 Transitions from school to work in Norway and Britain among three family generations of working class men.

Julia Brannen, Kristoffer Chelsom. Read "Work, Family Policies and Transitions to Adulthood in Europe" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This book analyzes how the current generation of young adults enters the labour market and tries to create their own aut Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.

This book brings together contributions from six countries and aims to highlight the changing nature of young people's transitions from education to work. It is structured around four main themes and begins with 'Transitions from education to work: an introduction' by the by: Transitions in Work and Learning considers the role of assessment in facilitating improved labor market transitions and life-long learning of American workers.

It addresses the apparent mismatch between skill requirements of high-performance workplaces and skills acquired by students in school, the validity of existing assessment technologies.education by considering students’ transitions to work.

It is long because planning for good transitions means thinking about the whole undergraduate experience — also addressed by Perspectives 2 and Perspectives 3 — as well as looking at recruitment practices, self .