Active measures for decreasing the unemployment rate in the rural area of the Western region of Romania

The progress of each society is based on labor. The economic development level of the society is reflected in the occupation degree of the man power. The way this is involved in the economic activity determines important consequences in the social and economic activity of a country. Every social and...

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Main Authors: Iancu Tiberiu
Hurmuzache Tabita
Brad loan
Format: Article
Published: 2014
Series:Review on agriculture and rural development 3 No. 1
Kulcsszavak:Munkanélküliség - Románia - regionális, Munkaerőpiac - Románia - regionális, Foglalkoztatáspolitika - Románia
Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/55364
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Summary:The progress of each society is based on labor. The economic development level of the society is reflected in the occupation degree of the man power. The way this is involved in the economic activity determines important consequences in the social and economic activity of a country. Every social and economic development of the society must focus on the human being. The approach of such a subject concerning the decrease of the unemployment rate represents a very important problem for the national economy. An important characteristic of labor force from rural area is pronounced underemployment caused directly by the lack of economic infrastructure to have on base non-agricultural activities and which would contribute to maintaining the imbalance and disparity between urban and rural areas, in witch regards social-economic development. The structure of employment is dependent on population dynamics and constitutes a real incentive in attracting investments in all economic sectors and increasing economic development degree of a region. Thus, in the realized study we will pay a particular attention to employment and active population, achieving a meaningful analysis on economic indicators that characterize this situation: the employment rate and unemployment.
Physical Description:363-368
ISSN:2063-4803