Formation Emploi examines the links between education and productivity. It’s perfect for anyone interested in the relationship between education and employment: researchers, teachers, students, and more.
The revue welcomes multi-disciplinary approaches, including sociology, economy, management, and psychology.
Formation Emploi bases its work on original, actionable data. An independent peer-review committee selects the articles presented in order to ensure a coherent and precise publication. It was founded by the Center of Studies and Research on Qualifications (France, Céreq), which provides its editorial resources. Dedicated to rigorous study and analysis of the world of work and education, Formation Emploi is relevant across a number of different fields. Whatever your personal focus, this revue contains valuable insight.
Each trimester, Formation Emploi focuses on a specific scientific conclusion. It examines systems of education and production. It also includes multiple focuses: primary and continuing education, employment and work, qualifications and skills. The revue seeks to explore activity sectors in an instructive and relevant manner.