This paper analyzes, for the first time, the transition from vocational schooling to the first job in Spain using a micro-dataset on labor histories. Among the determinants of this transition, we investigate the role of workplace training, a mandatory module in Spain, although it can be validated with previous job experience. Applying duration techniques, and accounting for unobserved heterogeneity, we find that being a female, finishing education older or having higheducated parents reduce the exit rate to employment. We also

The transition from vocational education to work: Evidence from Spain

Nicodemo, C.
2015-01-01

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This paper analyzes, for the first time, the transition from vocational schooling to the first job in Spain using a micro-dataset on labor histories. Among the determinants of this transition, we investigate the role of workplace training, a mandatory module in Spain, although it can be validated with previous job experience. Applying duration techniques, and accounting for unobserved heterogeneity, we find that being a female, finishing education older or having higheducated parents reduce the exit rate to employment. We also
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