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Formation Emploi 155
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Training pathways through the mobility prism

Mobility is an important (lifelong) issue for training and employment. This Formation Emploi issue highlights the existence of a double social and spatial distance. Sometimes, being mobile creates training or employment opportunities. This mobility, whether desired or not, is based on the existence of resources and their solicitation. Mobility depends on geographical position (rural or urban…

Formation Emploi (in English), n° 155, December 2021, 246 p.
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What certification for transversal competences in France?

Since the Act of 23 April 2005 came into force, curricula in the compulsory stages of education have been drawn up on the basis of a “common core of knowledge and competences”. Updated and extended by the 2013 Act, this common core is the French version of the European recommendations on transversal competences. In the course of the European Track-Vet project, a team from Céreq investigated…

Training and Employment, n° 153, November 2021, 4 p.
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Disability facing training and work: towards an inclusive employability?

This issue of Formation Emploi explores the training-employment-work relationships for people with disabilities. Indeed, these people are particularly affected by unemployment and by lesser access to qualifications.

Formation Emploi (in English), n° 154, October 2021, 156 p.
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Young people not in employment, education or training (NEET): the role of basic competencies

A  top priority for public policies at both national and European levels, young people  who are not in employment, education or training (NEET) face a risk of exclusion that  varies in intensity from country to country. While education level plays a central role  in these situations, viewing them through the lens of basic competencies sharpens  the focus. After all, the international data show…

Training and Employment, n° 154, October 2021, 4 p.
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Mexico, a training-employment relationship to the test of professional boundaries

The texts in this issue highlight, each in its specific way, the importance of the international dimension for the Mexican economy. It is an opportunity to look at cross-border movements, multilingualism and, in a certain way, migrations. In France, status and standards are major issues. In Mexico, informality is omnipresent, as is the relativity of norms and status. In the end, Mexico is a…

Formation Emploi (in English), n° 153, May 2021, 160 p.
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Do firms facilitate the construction of competences?

For its 6th Biennial (held on September 24th 2020) Céreq decided to ask the following question: “Do firms facilitate the construction of competences?” This new issue of In and Around contains a selection of the papers that were presented there.

In and Around, n° 2, April 2021, 69 p.
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From restructuring to career transitions: a new era of occupational mobility?

The effects of the health crisis have forced businesses in many sectors to deal with a sharp decline in activity, which in some cases is likely to last a long time. A series of measures already exist to support employees obliged to find alternative employment. However, the current socio-economic crisis undoubtedly calls for more ambitious management of career transitions, particularly for the…

Training and Employment, n° 152, April 2021, 4 p.
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How do young people from priority neighbourhoods fare after their baccalauréat?

High-school students from priority neighbourhoods face specific difficulties in obtaining the bac and going on to higher education. Above and beyond the effects linked to their social background, does the fact of living in a priority neighbourhood have its own impact on their post-bac trajectories and their education-to-work transition? Céreq and the Agence nationale de…

Training and Employment, n° 151, March 2021, 4 p.
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The observatories become fully operational

The occupations and skills observatories (OSOs), set up throughout the French economy since 2004, provide technical expertise in support of employment and training policy in the various occupational sectors. Having developed and diversified their work over time, they have firmly established themselves as veritable sources of technical and strategic support. Faced with growing needs to…

Training and Employment, n° 150, March 2021, 4 p.