Presentation of Balkány City's State of Employment

Oláh, Judit; Pakurár, Miklós
January 2009
Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference: Rural De;2009, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p95
Conference Proceeding
The employment issues play an increasing role in the society due to the emergence of the economic crises. In Hungary, the employment situation had improved until November 2008, the number of jobs that require university or college degree had increased - which I also experienced during my research. The effect of the crisis is noticeable in the growing number of the unemployed. Balkany is one of the most disadvantaged settlements and I found it important to explore the problems of employment in this area and draw conclusions from it in order to reduce the number of unemployed.


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