There will be graduates of support? Added:25.11. 2003
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There will be graduates of support?

Parliament should now consider, among other things, an amendment to the Employment Act, under which graduates of universities and secondary schools should be entitled to unemployment benefits if the previous three years does not recognize a minimum of twelve months worked.

Parliament should now consider, among other things, an amendment to the Employment Act, under which graduates of universities and secondary schools should be entitled to unemployment benefits if the previous three years does not recognize a minimum of twelve months worked.

This could be a problem especially in areas with high unemployment, where he offers students were especially difficult to come by. According to the President of the Student Association Academic Senate VŠB – Technical University Peter Mikel is such an amendment in the Ostrava region completely outside of reality. Students of the University of Mines has issued a statement expressing its opposition to the New Testament and ask MPs to vote in today it did not support.

The amendment was prepared and less than two weeks as the government pushed Labour Minister Zdenek Skromach. The proposal would be in his important contribution to reduce rising unemployment rate. In practice this means that graduates will be forced to find a job soon after college, and if that fails they will have to take some of the subsidized jobs.

Such changes, however, are not new in Europe. About six years ago adopted a similar law, but then penned by British Prime Minister Tony Blair, the United Kingdom. He is currently working on funded places around two hundred thousand young Brits and the rest of the originally about one million young people without work to strengthen the relationships he'd better find a place.




Author: Beťko, Martin

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