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Munkanã‰Lkãœlisã‰G Gyã–Ngyã–Sã–N ÉS A Kistã‰Rsã‰Gben

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  • Wolcz, Andrea
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    A vizsgálatokból megállapítható, hogy a Gyöngyösi Kistérségben a legtöbb munkanélküli a 20-29 év közötti korosztályból, illetve az általános iskolai, vagy szakmunkás bizonyítvánnyal rendelkezők köréből kerül ki. A nyilvántartott munkanélküliek között a fizikai munkásoknál a férfiak, a szellemi foglalkozású-aknál pedig a nők túlsúlya állapítható meg. A legtöbb munkanélküli a feldolgo-zóiparból kerül ki, de az időszakos igény is itt jelentkezik. A munkanélküliségi ráta emelkedő jellegű és az országost meghaladó 2002-2004 között. Ezért különö-sen fontos a különféle képzési formák és az álláskeresés támogatása, valamint az agrár területen a régóta halogatott szaktanácsadás bevezetése. A megoldásban az eLearning, a Humánerőforrás-fejlesztési Operatív Program, valamint a LEADER+ játszik fontos szerepet. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Investigations have shown that most unemployed people in the Gyöngyös subregion are 20-29 years old persons possessing elementary school or skilled workman’s certificates. Of the registered unemployed persons bluecolour workers among males and whitecolour workers among females are in the majority. Most unemployed people come from processing industries, but periodic demand is noticeable also in this area. The unemployment rate is increasing and exceeds the national average between 2000-2004. Therefore various types of retraining is particularly import in this subregion and so is the support of job finding and the introduction of long delayed counselling services in agricultural areas. The eLearning, the Human resources Development Program and the LEADER+ programmes may play important roles in resolving these problems.

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    Article provided by KÁROLY RÓBERT OKTATÓ-KUTATÓ Kht. in its journal GAZDÁLKODÁS: Scientific Journal on Agricultural Economics.

    Volume (Year): 49 (2005)
    Issue (Month): 5 ()
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    Handle: RePEc:ags:gazdal:54332

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    Keywords: munkanélküliség; foglalkoztatás; munkahelyteremtés; szaktanácsadás - unemployment; employment; creation of employment; counselling; Community/Rural/Urban Development; Labor and Human Capital;

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