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Matching laboral: Una aproximación empírica y metodológica

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  • Álvaro Hurtado

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  • Hermilson Velásquez

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  • Gustavo Canavire

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  • Luisa Fernanda Rubiano

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Abstract

Se estudia y analiza el matching laboral de las personas adscritas al programa de Medellín solidaria. De esta forma se caracterizó la población de Medellín Solidaria en función de su oferta laboral y se realizaron análisis comparativos con la demanda laboral de la ciudad de Medellín de manera indirecta, teniendo en cuenta escenarios posibles del mercado laboral caracterizados mediante geo-referenciación. Se encontró que la educación técnica y tecnológica es la que presenta los efectos marginales más elevados para esta población y, además que existe niveles de discriminación en contra de las mujeres. Es así como un hombre y una mujer de iguales características e igual nivel de educación al realizar el ejercicio de matching laboral muestra que existe una probabilidad mayor de empleo en favor de los hombres.

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  • Álvaro Hurtado & Hermilson Velásquez & Gustavo Canavire & Luisa Fernanda Rubiano, 2013. "Matching laboral: Una aproximación empírica y metodológica," DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO CIEF 010926, UNIVERSIDAD EAFIT.
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    Keywords

    Oferta laboral; demanda laboral;

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    • J2 - Labor and Demographic Economics - - Demand and Supply of Labor

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