Particularities Of The Population, Occupation And Structure Of Unemployment In Romania And Its Western Region
Amid a slow process, but continually aging and a trend of increased migration isa decrease in the active population and employment. Productive structure has undergoneseveral changes in recent years, with a mild increase in service sector, what has changed theoccupational structure. The phenomenon of marginalization and poverty has increasedespecially among groups at risk. Low rates of participation in education and training, at alllevels of age, especially in rural areas, generating a low skilled labor in Romania. Developing regions is not uniform, so that the western region it is noted by a betteremployment and unemployment default, benefiting from a labor force more flexible, adaptquickly to market requirements, with a high entrepreneurial spirit, against the backdrop ofeconomic growth recorded in the previous years.
Volume (Year): 2 (2008)
Issue (Month): 10 ()
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