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155 million leva for employment in 2009

Submitted on Saturday, 27 December 2008No Comment

During next year, the agency for employment will begin collecting project proposals for four new procedures of the Operative program for labour development program. Their total worth is 155 million leva. The agency will give 20 million leva to help and encourage the branches that lack workers. \

Employees will be taught to gain or increase their qualification in the fields related to torusim, construction, metal works, machine construction, and the textile industry.

Another procedure will help people over 50 years and people that remained unemployed for a long time. They will have access to 50 million leva. Another operation to increase the work load of yound people will be started next year. 7300 young people will participate in the foreign language classes, and 3100 will attend communication technology classes. Among the most attractive procedures will be the one that will encourage unemployed people to start their own business. This procedure will be provided with 70 million leva. 50 million of them will be used on unemployed people with a definite business idea, and the remaining money will be given to consultation companies that will help it’s realization.

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