Workforce Occupancy – Essential Indicator within the Analysis of the Country Economic Development
The level of economic development of county and it’s capacity to provide jobs reflects important issues which could be measured in line with the occupancy degree of the workforce. In the context of our county’s accession to the European Union, Romania should pursue a sustainable economic growth which would further generate high quality jobs in an increasing proportion. The reorganization process of Romanian economy should run parallel to active measures on labour market intended for the young people and the long-term unemployed, countryside inhabitants and people working in agriculture. The paper exhibits issues related to the distribution of the occupied population within activity domains and the evolution of the unemployment rate which relieves the direct relation between the development level of Romanian economy, the occupancy rate and the professional qualification of the workforce.
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