Professional Integration

Lack of employment is the main cause of poverty, and inequality in levels of income and wealth and therefore opportunities for people. In an active employment policy, acquires a special relevance law employability of people suffering or at risk of exclusion, as the personal help finding employment appears to be one of the most effective interventions for most unemployed people, combined with specific training programs in response to the characteristics of individuals or specific groups. Combating long-term unemployment or social exclusion from necessary to strengthen synergies between all political, social and economic, in order to meet existing demands in society, in an effective manner and responding at the same time to new needs and changing circumstances. In short, it seeks to achieve an inclusive society, open and cohesive society based on solidarity and equality, and a high quality of life for the whole of our society. Individuals or groups who most difficulty in finding jobs are women, disabled people, gypsies, immigrants, youth, people over 45 years, etc.

In this material, we will focus in the first four and as professionals in the field of social exclusion are those that most interest us and the more cases we will find. Women and work: In 1984 is when a massive incorporation of women into the workplace. Unemployed women in general and especially women who want to return to work after being removed from that area have no facilities to get a salaried job. This is causing many women in these circumstances have made the decision to start their own business or create your own job, building work and professional experience gained.

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