SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT VERSUS MIGRATION IN ROMANIA
Adina Claudia Neamtu and
Liviu Neamtu ()
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Camelia Anghel: BLOCUL NATIONAL SINDICAL
Adina Claudia Neamtu: CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI UNIVERSITY
Annals - Economy Series, 2017, vol. 2Special, 41-46
The paper describes the employment situation in Romania in terms of sustainable development and takes into account both employment issues and employment policies. The notion of occupation is described including indicators in the field of employment: objective -employment rate, unemployment, areas of economic activity and subjective-estimate working conditions, possibilities of obtaining a job, satisfaction with work and profession. Modern employment policies have the flexibility and safety as coordinating criteria and the new steering institutional/labor legislation of our country consider them. Are presented the main problems of our country related to the migration and the measures/strategies to solve them and the existing legislation taking into account Romania's development strategy in view of the next two decades. A realistic vision of economic and social development in the coming decades is a necessity for Romania, given the diminishing working population. Studies made in recent years by social actors implicated draw attention to the fact that reducing the economically active population will make its mark on the general rate of activity. For defining and structuring a national strategy population is the main element, and the developing of national strategy must include clear measures for improving the demographic situation. Policy analysis in the field of employment is based on the direction the European Union, more and better jobs, wage policy, anti-unemployment policies, policies to increase the quality of employment.
Keywords: employment; occupation; job; sustainable (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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