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An analysis of the Romanian labor market under the impact of the contemporary world’s problems using the regression function

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  • Constanta Popescu


    (University ,,Valahia", Targoviste, Targoviste, Dambovita, codul postal 130003, Romania)

  • Serb Diana Elena


    (University ,,Valahia", Targoviste,, sat Gheboieni, comuna Tatarani, judetul Dambovita, nr 190, codul postal-137442, Romania)

  • Andreiana Carmen


    (University ,,Valahia", Targoviste, sat Dragomiresti, judestul Dambovita, codul postal- 137210, Romania)

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    Having as subject the labor market in the context of the contemporary world’s problems, this paper aims to make a theoretical and practical presentation of these concepts, which are relevant for the national and international literature. The first part, dealing with the state-of-the-art of the domain, aims to present these concepts from the perspective of many specialists in this field. The practical part of this article consists in a research based on the presentation of the labor market under the impact of the contemporary world’s problems. To support our line of reasoning, in our scientific approach we used a research based on the analysis of secondary sources, and as quantitative methods, we used: the simple linear regression and the public opinion poll. Among the contemporary world’s issues analyzed using the quantitative methods were: juvenile delinquency, violence against other peoples and population’s poverty rate. The hypothesis of this paper starts from the premise according to which lack of education generates intensification of the contemporary world’s problems, especially juvenile delinquency and poverty rate, these two having an impact upon the employment rate of the labor market, because potentially active people are convicted when referring to people above 18 years old and in special educational institutions when referring to people under 18. The most relevant conclusions of the research highlight the fact that between the labor market and the contemporary world’s problems there is interdependence, and not giving the appropriate importance to the contemporary world’s issues will generate irremediable difficulties in society.

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    Article provided by "Nicolae Titulescu" University of Bucharest, Faculty of Economic Sciences in its journal Computational Methods in Social Sciences (CMSS).

    Volume (Year): 2 (2014)
    Issue (Month): 2 (December)
    Pages: 15-21

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    1. Muenz, Rainer, 2007. "Aging and demographic change in European societies : main trends and alternative policy options," Social Protection and Labor Policy and Technical Notes 39174, The World Bank.
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