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Please note that corrections may take a couple of weeks to filter through the various RePEc services. This paper derives school-to-work transition pathways in the United States and Europe between the late s and the early s. The key advantage of using this technique is that, rather than focusing on a specific point in time or a single destination, such as employment, inactivity or unemployment, they convey information on all activities undertaken by youth over the transition period, their sequence and their persistence.
Strong similarities are found between the United States and Europe. However, pathways in the United States are characterised by significantly more dynamism than in Europe: School-to-work transition pathways in the United States also involve less time spent in unemployment than in Europe. The share of school-leavers involved in pathways dominated by employment is larger in the United States than in Europe and non-employment traps are less frequent in the United States.
The most successful European countries in terms of school-to-work transitions are those where apprenticeships are widespread.