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TSL - School to Work Transition
In 2015 the National Institute of Statistics (Istat) led the sixth edition on the survey Courses of study and work of the high diploma holders, which had as its object the cohort of 2011 high school diploma holders, interviewed four years since graduating.
The questionnaire consists of six thematic sections, which are further articulated within, and it is structured in such a way to ensure comparability with the information collected in the other surveys on the transition (graduates, PhD), and the integration with other sources, particularly with the Labour Forces Survey:
- Section 1 – School Curriculum: career school; possession of any further qualification of secondary school; any changes of course of study; the possible attendance of schools to recover the lost years of school; computer literacy; judgement on the quality of secondary education received
- Section 2 – Vocational Training: participation in post-diploma training; courses characteristics (duration, topic, type, certification); the concurrent and subsequent activities in the course; outcome expectations for course(s)
- Section 3 – Higher Education: reasons for enrolling or not enrolling; holding of any academic certifications; guidance for academic choice; university course attended;
teacher evaluation and course switching
- Section 4 – Current Job: type of job; position in the profession; type of contract; reason for any downtime; working hours; salary; job requirements; job satisfaction; how you found the job
- Section 5 – Job Seeking: initiative of job search; kind of work preferred; favorite working hours; propensity to move; minimum monthly wage
- Section 6 – Information On Family Of Origin and your family: family influence in the school choice; parents’ educational attinment; parents’ profession and sector of economic activity; reasons for living or not living on your own
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Geographical Unit: region
Analysis Unit: individual
Universe: Students who got high school diploma in 2011
Sample Procedure: 26,235 individuals. Two-stage stratified random sample
Weight: Weight used. Please read the documentation for any details
Collection Mode: Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI), web-based self-administered questionnaire (CAWI)
Collection Size: UniData supplies: 1 dataset in SPSS format (members only) or CSV format (other users); 1 questionnaire in PDF format (ita); 1 methodological notes file in PDF format (ita) and 1 codebook in PDF format (ita) (4 file)
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Data Use Restriction:
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Source Contact: Contact Centre
ISTAT. (2015) Courses of study and work of high school diploma holders. UniData - Bicocca Data Archive, Milan. Study Number SN191. Data file version 1.0
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