Education and Labor Market Entry in Serbia
This chapter presents a study of the conditions of the school-to-work transition process in Serbia since the turn of the millennium, describing how the specific institutional makeup of the Serbian education system affects the employment opportunities for school leavers in various educational programs. The analyses are based on data from a unique, high-quality, representative Serbian school-leaver survey. This chapter shows a detailed quantitative evaluation of the relationships between level of education and the labor market entry process, including analyses of the duration of initial job searches, the quality of first jobs as measured by prestige and stability, and the early careers of young Serbs.
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