The more a young man graduates, the more he gets a permanent job

Nearly 6 out of 10 who leave the education system come from higher education

In 2017, approximately 746 thousand young people left the education system, 59% of them left higher education. and closeOne out of every two graduates. Among those from higher education training In 2017, 21% of young graduates holding a Perfects14% of BTS, 7% of General License and 2% of 2017 graduates had a DUT (which has since become a BUT).

On the other hand, 22% of young people who leave higher education are ineligible. We note thatPrivate education It collects 27% of higher education graduates, including 42% of BTS and only 13% of masters.

Another lesson from this Céreq survey: Young women account for 55% of those who have left higher education and remain underrepresented in industrial and engineering training.

In addition, work and study training continues to grow in higher education: one in five young people comes from it. However, the majority of work study students surveyed come from professional (50%) and BTS (29%) licenses.

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Three-quarters of those who left higher education at work in 2020

Unsurprisingly, the more young people qualified, the more long-term employment they had. The Graduates of engineering colleges and business schools It fits very well with the EDI (Easy to Access Permanent) functionality. They are respectively 80% and 75% of EDI access. Employed heavily on departure, graduates of industrial professional licenses follow with 74%.

Conversely, those left without a higher education diploma, holders of a general license or even a third-class BTS are very present in the paths of late arrival to work, exit from unemployment or idleness, or maintenance on the sidelines of employment. These three tracks bring together just over 20% of higher education graduates.

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Health and social graduates are less affluent

But the diploma level does not explain everything. While 70% of male engineers have immediate access to stable jobs, that percentage drops to 54% for women. Moreover, some sectors are less affluent than others. Thus, health and social graduates, as well as graduates of university undergraduate majors, have less easy access to EDI and the accumulation of many fixed-term jobs.

Moreover, thelearning Prefer, unsurprisingly, thatAlumni integrationregardless of education level: this is particularly the case for 57% of graduates of a higher professional bachelor’s degree, as opposed to 28% for the school track.

Finally, the Céreq survey also shows that The effects of the health crisis Regarding access to employment opportunities remained relatively contained until the end of 2020, due to the compensation measures put in place by the state. On the other hand, he notes a deterioration in the working conditions of 42% of them, which lasted 6 months after the first imprisonment of half of them. But the effects of the health crisis did not stop appearing at the time of the survey. A follow-up is scheduled for 2023 to analyze to what extent the crisis will affect the professional mobility of these young people.

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