Exclusion from the labour market - case study
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Exclusion from the labour market is undoubtedly very important determinant of social exclusion. In the empirical analysis it is often used as the sole indicator of social exclusion and exclusion from the labour market is often equated with social exclusion. Therefore, policies aimed at preventing and eliminating social exclusion put strong emphasis on the labour market participation. Education and paid work are considered as necessary weapons in combating social exclusion. Marginalization of individual most often starts with a job loss. Bearing in mind alleged negative consequences of not being active in the labour market, it is necessary to analyze causes, extent and consequences of the labour market exclusion. In order to fully comprehend exclusion from the labour market, we will use the set of Leaken indicators, containing primary, secondary and nation specific indicators. We will try, using appropriate data about unemployed, disabled and discourage persons, to establish approximate... degree of exclusion from the labour market in Serbia. Our findings will show that exclusion from the labour market is a serious problem in Serbia and that unemployment is the most severe form of that exclusion.
Keywords:exclusion / inclusion / unemployment / labour market
Source:Technics technologies education management-ttem, 2012, 7, 4, 1735-1740
- Drunpp-Sarajevo, Sarajevo