Prepares to change support unemployed graduates Added:9.7. 2003
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Prepares to change support unemployed graduates

Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Zdenek Skromach informed about upcoming changes relating to the conditions obtaining unemployment benefits and should be said to motivate graduates to find work. To give graduates of all schools eligible for the aid they need, according to the New Testament, in the preceding three years to work 12 months.

Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Zdenek Skromach informed about upcoming changes relating to the conditions obtaining unemployment benefits and should be said to motivate graduates to find work. To give graduates of all schools eligible for the aid they need, according to the New Testament, in the preceding three years to work  12 months.

Skromach wants to reduce  abuse of the aid, for example, when students in the period between termination and the onset of middle to high school will use to obtain support. He also pointed that the graduates do not remain entirely without resources, they continue to be fusing  social benefits within the family allowances.

As it turns out, many students worked condition for 12 months  can meet. By this time is also possible to count the brigade during the study and practice, if the student worked on the basis of the employment relationship.

Graduates would in future have the same conditions as other unemployed. Labor offices will put a bigger emphasis on developing individual action plans for applicants under 25 years old and graduates for two years after graduation, but within 30 years of age. It is also considering the creation of meaningful jobs. That would be reserved for graduates and job seekers would be in them regularly rotate. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = „urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office“ /><o:p></o:p>

The aim of this change is not prepared according Škromach save money, but just use them to create programs for graduates – to create individual action plans and as motivation to improve skills through employment offices. „Basically, it would be a motivation to be active,“ explained the minister. Czech employment offices according to the latest data registered in June 50,909 unemployed graduates. According to Director of Employment Services Administration, John Kasnara, 44 percent of them are young people without apprenticeships. <o:p></o:p>

According ministrových words, there is still a country where the study period was considered a full time job, so far as it applies in the Czech Republic. The graduates in other European countries built differently.

In  France must work at least 4 months last year and a half. The local students in recent years because schools routinely embark on internships and trying to find a job before the graduation. Moreover, France has in recent years, developing support programs for youth employment. French graduates are entering the first job of work on average 3.5 months.

The unemployed who previously worked and not enough to qualify for unemployment benefits, even in France can apply for a minimum amount called RMI. However, must be 25 years or older caring for children. The amount of this sum is then derived from the family situation. <o:p></o:p>

Also in Austria is subject to the payment of the graduates that he was a candidate in the last year employed at least 26 weeks, while the last two years he worked at least 52 weeks.

Graduate in Belgium before the applications for aid to prove that for a period of five to ten months and did not actively seeking work. Only then can you meet all requirements to successfully use the application for unemployment benefits, that is considerably lower than in people who already worked. <o:p></o:p>

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