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Aspecte relevante privind piața forței de muncă în contextul coeziunii teritoriale Post-Covid

Antonescu, Daniela (2022): Aspecte relevante privind piața forței de muncă în contextul coeziunii teritoriale Post-Covid.

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At global level, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic displays a general character affecting both humans and economies, under the conditions of amplified digitalisation processes, knowledge economy, demographic changes, extreme climate changes, etc. At present, it is obvious that the effects of the crisis (either negative or positive, direct or indirect, on medium- and long term) are not well known. Thus, little is known yet about multiple other coordinates: time, magnitude, reactions at sectorial or territorial level, etc. In this mixture of unknown we find the individual regarded from the social (demographic-social) and economic (labour force resources) perspective. However, a serries of obvious effects are identified by which the sanitary crises impact on the lives of people – from the personal one to the professional. These changes might be considered as development opportunities but, at the same time, they might lead to increased socio-economic territorial disparities. The mai changing in the pandemic crisi, during which more than a third of Europeans, began to telework. The teleworking may have supported employment and hours worked in some sectors, in particular among workers with higher levels of education. Looking ahead, the pandemic accelerated the ongoing digital transformation of UE economy, with teleworking and the use of digital technology becoming more prominen. Taking account of the fact that diminishing territorial disparities remains the strategic objective of the current territorial Cohesion Policy, the present paper attempts to provide an updated image on the effects of the pandemic crisis at regional level and regarding the state/existing trends on the labour force market. This article is focusing on a few objectives that are essential for labour force market, integrating European strategies and policies of rezilience and recovery it on a national level. The results of the analysis that have been made indicate the potential and the importance of labour forces in the context aof territorial resilience.

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