UNEMPLOYMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IN SLOVAK REPUBLIC

Abstrakt:

Being able to work and have a job is very important for everyone. This is especially important for people with disabilities. Some of these people are able to work at least part-time after removing certain obstacles. However, these people have great difficulty finding suitable employment in the labour market. This is related not only to their state of health, but also to their low level of education, frequent working capacity and various environmental barriers. The aim of the article is to evaluate the development of unemployment of people with disabilities in the Slovak Republic, its regions and districts. We use methods of time series analysis, synthesis and comparison. Our research has shown that the number of unemployed people with disabilities is fluctuating, with a decline in recent years. There are significant differences in the unemployment of people with disabilities in the regions and districts of the Slovak Republic.

Autor: Eva KOIŠOVÁ, Jana MASÁROVÁ, Karol KRAJČO

Vydanie: 2020/2     Strany: 29-37     Klasifikácia JEL: E24, J64, R23

Kľúčové slová: Labour market. The people with disabilities. Unemployment. Job seeker with disabilities

Sekcia:

Kontakty:
Ing. Eva Koišová, PhD., MBA,
Ing. Jana Masárová, PhD.,
Ing. Karol Krajčo
Department of Economics and Economics,
Faculty of Social and Economic Relations,
Alexander Dubček University in Trenčín
Študentská 3, 911 50 Trenčín
e-mail: eva.koisova@tnuni.sk,
e-mail: jana.masarova@tnuni.sk
e-mail: karol.krajco@tnuni.sk


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