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Sérendipité, employabilité et bien-être : impact d’une formation auprès de jeunes

Abstract : This research focuses on the construction and implementation of a serendipian approach to youth unemployment. The aim of this approach is to help them to find and keep a job while addressing this transition in a more serene way. We split our analysis in two parts. The first part of this thesis work focuses on self-perception and self-representation of NEETs - Neither in Employment nor Education and Training. The challenge here is to better understand the NEETs population. This first part consists of two studies: - Study 1 biographical interview (N = 28): the objective of this first study is to better understand the course of NEETs by collecting the successions of events that constitute the path of the person and the way in which she or he experienced it. - Study 2 SR - social representation (N = 137): with an exploratory approach, the objective of this study isto describe the SRs of the NEETs and of a control group made up of people who work, who study or who are in training. The second objective is then to compare these RS. The second part focuses on how to increase the employability of NEETs. Three studies compose this part: - Study 3 semi-directive interview with recruiters (N = 11): the aim here is to see to what extent the pseudo-serendipian skills are used and perceived in the recruiting sphere by the recruiters themselves. We also asked them about their perception of NEETs. - Study 4a and 4b effectiveness and impact of pseudo-serendipity skills training (N = 147): first, we tested the training with students. We offered this training to NEETs. The objective here is to study the impact of pseudo-serendipian skills training on the well-being and employability of these young people.
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Auguste Dumouilla. Sérendipité, employabilité et bien-être : impact d’une formation auprès de jeunes. Psychologie. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018USPCB168⟩. ⟨tel-02520111⟩



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