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This paper is a cut of the dissertation developed in the Program of Cultural Diversity and Social Inclusion of Feevale University. The aim of this study is to understand the association of the dimensions of the Quality of Life related to Health (HRQoL) with the profile of schooling and access to the labor market of young students aged at 14 to 16 from a city in Vale dos Sinos. A quantitative, descriptive, cross-sectional survey was adopted. The sample was non-probabilistic; totaling 335 students between 14 and 16 years old, of both sexes, enrolled in the municipal network investigated in 2015. The Questionnaire Kidscreen-52 version for young and sociodemographic questionnaire were used as data collection instruments. The result revealed that labor market insertion interferes with the perception of HRQoL, raising scores in general, but it brings a significant reduction in the dimension D9 School Environment and elevation of failure rates for young workers.
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