Social representations of young participants in a social project for their inclusion in the labor market
Keywords: Social Representations, Labor Market Insertion, Private Social Investment
AbstractThis article deals with social characteristics of young participants in a social project concerned with their first experience in the labor market. Understanding the thinking of these young people leads to the conclusion that a sine qua non condition for beginning in the labor market is to have an attitude, one which signals their difference from other youths in the community. It increases their purchasing possibilities and extends their conviviality and relationships as well as providing better employment situations. Work acquires many meanings. The company is seen as a professional environment as well as a family, interested in their future. In addition, the company's effort to conciliate the youth's aspirations with available possibilities was quite evident
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Garay, A. (2011). Social representations of young participants in a social project for their inclusion in the labor market . REGE Revista De Gestão, 18(1), 93-109. https://doi.org/10.5700/rege416
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