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Articles:
INVOLVEMENT IN SOCIAL ECONOMY. GENDER APPROACHES AND CHARACTERISTICS
Vlad ACHIMESCU, Sorin CACE, Simona Maria STANESCU


LABOR MARKET INTEGRATION OF VULNERABLE GROUPS

Abstract
The concept of vulnerable group doesn’t have a unique definition and appears in the specialty papers as part of a larger family of terms: disadvantaged, excluded, marginalized or risk group, all these being related with the larger concepts of poverty and social exclusion. There are included in the vulnerable category the persons that are in a given difficult situation such as: unemployed or persons that have an uncertain place of work, victims of the natural catastrophes, migrants, refugees but also persons whose socio-demographical characteristics are a stop for the access to the resources or some benefits: disabled persons, women that have problems, old persons, abandoned children, etc. The present article presents the vulnerable situation from the occupational point of view and the behaviors for the reintegration in the work field. In the first part there is dealt with the problem of the persons that do not have anything to work, the behaviors and the reintegration strategies on the work market. In the second part, the attention is drawn towards the persons that are especially in occupational situations. The analyses from this article use mainly the obtained data from the research for the regions Bucharest-Ilfov, South-East and at the level of the National sample.
Keywords
vulnerable, unemployment, labor, poverty, social exclusion

Author
Ana-Maria PREOTEASA
Researcher, The Research Institute for Quality of Life, E-mail: preoteasaanita@yahoo.com

How to cite
Preoteasa, A.M. (2011). LABOR MARKET INTEGRATION OF VULNERABLE GROUPS , Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 4/2011


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