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Cited by: David Margolis, David N. Margolis, David Margolis, Margolis, David N. Wolter, More about this item Keywords Education ; France ; Labour market ; Networks ; School leavers ; Statistics Access and download statistics Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors.
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Economic literature: papers , articles , software , chapters , books. FRED data. Registered: David N. Margolis Veronique Simonnet. This paper examines the hypothesis that technical and professional tracks, because they involve fewer students who are in more regular contact with each other and focus on a common, relatively narrow subject, allow students to establish more effective networks to support them in their careers. We test whether the choice of educational track has an impact on the means by which jobs are obtained and on the time to the first job of at least six months, the percentage of time spent in employment later in the career and the earnings when employed later in the career in France.
Our results suggest that the educational track determines the means of obtaining a job, but conditional on the manner in which the job was obtained, the track has no additional impact on the outcome variables for the first or later jobs. Download full text from publisher To our knowledge, this item is not available for download.
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Technical/professional versus general education, labor market networks and labor market outcomes