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Formation Emploi , n° 134 , 2016 , 136 p.

 

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Only abstracts are in English, texts are in French.

  

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English abstracts

 

The role of school characteristics on the school dropout. The example of the Academy of Aix-Marseille

El-Mahdi Khouja, Stéphanie Moullet

This article aims to establish the profile of dropouts using data on the Academy (Education Authority) of Aix-Marseille. We also examine the characteristics of schools to explain their role in the dropout. The school effect appears more important for general and technical secondary education institutions for vocational schools; even as school dropout is significantly lower in the former than in the latter.

 

Social models of success. Keys to comprehending bifurcations in school and work trajectories

Sylvain Bourdon, Maria-Eugenia Longo, Johanne Charbonneau

The increasing complexification of youth’s pathways to adulthood reflects a shift from a socialization process rooted in relatively homogenous social influences to a cohabitation of multiple, and often contradictory, social norms. Social models of success have been extracted and tested in the analysis of longitudinal interviews with 53 young Quebecers to better comprehend the role played by normative references in the choices they made, in their sequencing along the lifecourse and in the bifurcations they fostered.

 

 

What is the impact of working during college on future employment outcomes of Catalan graduates?

José Navarro-Cendejas, Jordi Planas

 What is the link between working while studying and future employment opportunities? We analyze the 2007 promotion of university graduates in Catalonia, surveyed in 2011, taking into account the influence of work during school. We consider working while in college under two complementary perspectives: the competencies and the professionalization. Thus, some paid activities during studies favor the professional insertion, especially when jobs are linked to the curricula.

 

The training to insertion, a service activity apart ?

 Iona Boanca-Deicu

 In competition to obtain public funding, the trainers strive hard to come to terms with the expectations and the demands, in part contradictory, of their different "clients": the trainees, the prescribes and the employers. Based on a study on the region of Haute Normandy, this article presents certain aspects of the work of the trainer, which are rarely dealt with: the "coproduction" of the service, the elaboration of the "diagnosis of aptitude" of the trainees and the management of the negotiations with their partners.  

 

The atypical working time of the sport instructors: between constraint and identity resource

Christelle marsault, Lilian Pichot, Julien Pierre

For professionals working in the associative sports sector, the overlapping of work time and leisure is presented as a constraint than a resource characterising their professional identity. How these employees manage their time working depends on their personal motivation, but also contextual effects. Thus, the perception of time and consequently its classification in leisure time or work are far from homogeneous.

 

 “Secuflexibility”: Cooperative and participative societies (Scop), beyond the flexibility-security tension

Hervé Charmettant, Jean-Yves Juban, Nathalie Magne, Yvan Renou

In a context of prioritized flexibility, “flexicurity” substitutes alternative forms of security to job security for employees. Our survey shows a reverse logic in SCOPs (Cooperative and Participative Societies) as job security is priority whereas flexibility is internal: we use the term “secuflexibility”. Our observations shed light on the conditions of this original and demanding approach trying to reconcile job security and flexibility. Specifically, we insist on workers’ participation and responsibility.

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