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Overqualified Young Europeans Value Well-Paying Secure Jobs
April 9, 2019
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In a newly published article in the ANNALS of Political Science from the CUPESSE project, the effect of unemployment and quality of work on work values is explored.

The effects were unexpected; unemployment experience did not have an effect on work values, but overqualification and precarious contracts had opposite effects to each other.

Changes to the modern labour market have affected the way people experience work. We see increased flexibility, higher education levels, overqualification, high unemployment and the rise of precarious work. These developments have had the greatest effect on young people who are new to the labour market. Youth unemployment affects can have long term scarring effects for the individual and carries a significant economic cost to society.

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