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The Combining of Work and Study as a Factor of School-to-Work Transition Success
Human Resource Management
This work is devoted to the study of combining study and work as a factor of the success of the transition from school to work. In connection with the massization and devaluation of higher education, more and more full-time students decide to gain practical experience while studying. This allows them to supplement their social capital, consisting of theoretical knowledge, with practical experience. The study is focused on the positive effects of combining studies with work on factors such as the speed of transition from school to work, horizontal and vertical match, wages and job satisfaction. The hypotheses of the study were partially confirmed. Therefore, a number of recommendations were proposed to provide more opportunities for young people to combine study and work to make them more successful in the labor market.