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El empleo en los servicios sociales, culturales y comunitarios


  • Patricia Gabaldón Quiñones
  • Carlos Iglesias Fernández
  • Elena Mañas Alcón


Dentro de los procesos de creación neta de empleo que define la evolución reciente del mercado de trabajo español y de los intensos procesos de terciarización a los que éstos están dando lugar, los Servicios Sociales, Culturales y Comunitarios (SSCC en adelante) ocupan sin lugar a dudas un lugar destacado. En este contexto, el objetivo de la investigación ha sido doble. Por una parte, conocer las características del empleo ubicado en los Servicios Sociales, Culturales y Comunitarios, como forma de aproximar los requerimientos de la demanda de trabajo en este tipo de actividades y de conocer su participación en los procesos de transformación general de las características de nuestro mercado de trabajo. De otra, aproximar las que deben ser las grandes líneas de evolución futura del empleo ubicado en este tipo de actividades. El análisis se ha realizado mediante la realización de explotaciones específicas de diferentes matrices brutas de la Encuesta de Población Activa (segundos trimestres). Como nota a destacar de la investigación, además de la habitual desagregación de la encuesta a dos dígitos, el trabajo también ha manejado los microdatos con un detalle de tres dígitos.

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  • Patricia Gabaldón Quiñones & Carlos Iglesias Fernández & Elena Mañas Alcón, 2002. "El empleo en los servicios sociales, culturales y comunitarios," Working Papers 01/02, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social.
  • Handle: RePEc:uae:wpaper:0102

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