Precarious work and high-skilled youth in Europe
Risk transitions and missing policies for young highly-skilled workers in Europe is a research project funded by the European Commission. The project aims to emphasise not only the occupational conditions of precarious workers, but the influence of a situation of uncertainty on crucial choices in the private lives of young Europeans.
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PART I THE EUROPEAN COMPARISON
1 PRECARIOUS WORK AND HIGHSKILLED YOUTH IN EUROPE
2 RECENT TRENDS AND FEATURES OF PRECARIOUS WORK IN EUROPE
PART II COUNTRY CASE STUDIES
PRECARIOUSNESS AND SKILL MISMATCH
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