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Face à los angeles persistance du chômage des jeunes, leur insertion dans l'emploi reste une préoccupation majeure des will pay de l'OCDE. Le marché du travail est de plus en plus sélectif et un manque de diplômes accroît le désavantage comparatif. Quel que soit le niveau de diplôme, les premières expériences sur le marché du travail à l. a. sortie de l'école conditionnent fortement l. a. trajectoire professionnelle.

Ce rapport sur le Canada examine les principales barrières à l'emploi des jeunes et évalue l. a. pertinence et l'efficacité des dispositifs existants pour faciliter l. a. transition de l'école à l'emploi. Il présente également une série de recommandations.

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Ces stratégies doivent s’articuler autour du principe des « obligations réciproques » et à plus forte raison si l’on envisage d’accroître le financement public pour aider cette clientèle. Ainsi, suivant ce principe, on établira des droits (par exemple, droit à des programmes actifs efficaces, dont une aide à la mobilité géographique) et des responsabilités (assorties de sanctions, parmi lesquelles une réduction modérée des prestations). Enfin, dans le cadre des stratégies retenues, il faudra exiger des jeunes qu’ils participent à des programmes actifs lorsque la recherche d’emploi s’avère infructueuse durant un certain temps.

Fast achievers (non-gappers college or university graduates) much less often combined work and study while in high school. However, young people who did not work at all in high school are also relatively more likely to have dropped out of high school. Hango and de Broucker (2007) suggest in particular that working less than twenty hours in high school can be beneficial. For example, almost 16% of those who worked on average 10 to 20 hours a week did not delay post-secondary attendance and had a college degree at the age of 22-24.

Moreover, many graduates from the Class 2000 went on to further education (41% of university graduates and 26% of college graduates). Two years after graduation, about 90% of college and university graduates who had not pursued further education had jobs, and at least 81% had full-time jobs. The likelihood of being unemployed or out of the labour force is low for both genders. Female graduates were slightly more likely to be employed than their male counterparts, however less likely on a full-time basis.

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