No. 120. TRANSITION PROFESSIONNELLE ET RÉMUNÉRATIONS DES JEUNES RAIRES GRECS: UNE MISE EN ÉVIDENCE DES STRATÉGIES PAR GENRE ET DES TENDANCES DES PAYS DE L’OCDE

Published in DISCUSSION PAPERS

K. Athanassouli. 2011.

 

The aim of this work is to analyze the transition from education to employment of graduates from schools of philosophy, 5 years after they leave the educational system. We use a sample survey. Traditionally, the State was the main employer of these graduates and guaranteed them permanent and secure jobs in the public sector. However, nowadays, with the growth of the number of individuals with university education, the procedure for recruiting teachers and other types of staff in the public sector has become more and more selective. The female graduates from the schools of Philosophy so greatly outnumber the male graduates that mention is made of the ‘feminization’ or the domination of these schools by women. So we analyze, by gender, the career opportunities, permanent and non-permanent employment and remunerations, ceteris paribus. 

 

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