Comportements migratoires des étudiants et des jeunes diplômés.. Ce que révèle le niveau régional
Myriam Baron and
Géographie, économie, société, 2008, vol. 10, issue 2, 223-242
Until now, analyses about migrations of young people linked with French Higher Education seemed to focus only on costs and advantages. Especially these linked with French Higher Education: students in training and graduates integrating labour market. They consider strategies of job searching and studies efficiencies. Until now, these analyses about French students? and graduates? migrations didn?t take into account geographical context. From now, national statistic board allows studying regional migrations both students and graduates. Now, one can answer to questions like: do they migrate the same way? Do regions influence the way they migrate? Main results are explained in three developments. The first one presents main characteristics of students and graduates? migrations. The second part studies links between migrations and social belonging and characteristics of trainings. The last development focuses on regional dimensions of students? and graduates? migrations.
Keywords: comparisons; factors; France; migrations; models; students (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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