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This essay analyses the article Changing Labour Markets and Early Career Outcomes: Labour Market Entry in Europe over the Past Decade written by Markus Gangl. In much of the Western Europe countries, youth unemployment rose in the 1980s and remained high in the 1990s. Many young workers waited long time before they found jobs and “remained living with their parents longer and longer” (Blancheflower, 2000: 4). The youth unemployment and market entrants transition problems from school to work have become phenomena. According to these social processes, Gangl’s research is conducted to develop framework for understanding these transitions from school to work in different European countries and to use this framework to analyse the factors affecting success and failure in education and training outcomes and labour market integration.
The main objective of this study is to explain differences amongst individuals with various level of education and differences amongst countries’ systems and find out and describe how these differences affect the young people’s transitions from full-time educ…
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