Topic 29 : Employment - Coggle Diagram
Topic 29 : Employment
EMPLOYMENT AND NATIONAL ECONOMY
The secondary sector is another that has grown and thus generated employment, it is trade, especially small self-employment or the informal economy. It was developed in cities and towns. It was an escape valve for the problem of open unemployment.
The tertiary sector, where tourism, education and health services are concentrated, is another activity of a large generation of professions, despite significant failure at the end of the 20th century. In 2001, services represented 17.6% of the economically active population.
In our country, agriculture, forestry, hunting and fishing, known as the main sector, is a very important source of job creation. However, livestock production has recorded significant growth in the farmer sector.
UNEMPLOYED AND UNDEREMPLOYED
Statistics provide information on the situation of employed and paid workers. They provide data on the unemployed, that is, people who, during a given period, have no source of paid employment and seek employment without obtaining it.
Statistics show the underemployed, which are extremely poor workers who do not have a permanent job and live "every day", so they are forced to do any work with extremely low incomes. It is precarious and unstable work with low pay. It is growing rapidly, especially in times of economic crisis.
THE STATISTICS PROVIDE INFORMATION ON THE SITUATION OF
In June 2015 at the national level we have: Of the total population, 70% are of working age. Of the economically active population, 96% are employed. From June 2014 to June 2015, the global employment rate decreased by 0.01 percentage points for women and increased by 0.38 percentage points for men
IMPORTANCE OF EMPLOYMENTS
The basic goal of society is for the people of the country to have the resources they need to cover their basic or basic needs and to live in dignity with health services, education, housing, food, clothing and recreation or rest. Being employed means having a paid job that provides income that meets needs.