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Table 20 Yearly transitions from unemployment to different labour market states (detailed employment states), skill group-specificeffects of the crisis

From: Labour market dynamics and worker heterogeneity during the Great Recession – Evidence from Europe

  U PermE TempE
Low skilled (ISCED 0-2) 0.0503b -0.0402c -0.0257c
  (0.0203) (0.0065) (0.0097)
Medium skilled (ISCED 3-4) Reference category Reference category Reference category
High skilled (ISCED 5) -0.0797c 0.0462c 0.0275a
  (0.0134) (0.0051) (0.0157)
Crisis indicator 0.0236 -0.0223c -0.0150
  (0.0232) (0.008) (0.0121)
Crisis*Low skilled 0.0349 0.0128 -0.0079
  (0.0329) (0.0123) (0.0135)
Crisis*High skilled 0.041a -0.0211a 0.0105
  (0.0217) (0.011) (0.0139)
Other individual covariates included included included
Country dummies included included included
Year dummies included included included
Pseudo-R-squared 0.0848   
Observations 65,872   
  1. EU-SILC, own calculations. No data available for Denmark and the United Kingdom. Multinomial logit model. a/b/c: statistically significant at least at the 10%-/5%-/1%-level. Transitions take place between the following labour market states: Permanent employment (PermE), temporary employment, (TempE) unemployment (U), self-employment (S), education (Ed) and inactivity (I); only estimates for the first three categories are presented. – Robust standard errors clustered at country level in parentheses