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Los nuevos retos laborales ante la implantación de la Ley de Dependencia: Análisis socioprofesional en el contexto de Andalucía

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  • Pedro Castón Boyer
  • Rafael Martínez Martín
  • Mª del Mar Ramos Lorente
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    Resumen: El desarrollo de los Servicios Sociales es una realidad que se ha ido configurando en función de las nuevas necesidades detectadas. La atención a la dependencia ha tomado nuevas directrices marcadas por el incremento del número de personas dependientes como una consecuencia del proceso de envejecimiento de la población, por los cambios en las estructuras de las familias y ante las nuevas expectativas generadas en las sociedades modernas, donde el Estado debe asumir muchas de las funciones que tradicionalmente se le atribuían a la familia. El reconocimiento universal de la atención a las situaciones de dependencia en España, y el objetivo de cubrir estas necesidades, conlleva la expansión de un sistema que requiere importantes inversiones económicas y la consiguiente proliferación de yacimientos de empleo con profesionales competentes para atender la diversificada demanda de los usuarios. Abstract: The development of social services is a reality that has taken shape in the light of new identified needs. Attention to dependency policies had been taken new guidelines due to the increasing number of dependents as a result of the process of aging, to the changes in family structures and to new expectations generated in modern societies, where the State must assume many functions that were traditionally attributed to the family. Universal recognition of the situation of dependence in Spain, and the aim of meeting these needs, involves the expansion of a system that requires significant financial investments and the subsequent proliferation of employment sources with competent professionals in order to meet the diversified demands of the users.

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    Article provided by Universidades Públicas de Andalucía in its journal Revista de Estudios Regionales.

    Volume (Year): 03 (2011)
    Issue (Month): ()
    Pages: 15-42

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    Handle: RePEc:rer:articu:v:03:y:2011:p:15-42

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    Keywords: Ley de dependencia; Yacimientos de empleo; Estado del bienestar; Dependency Law; Employment Sites; Welfare State;

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