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The City hires unemployed fifty-two of our city (14/11/2013)

The Mayor of Yecla, Mark Ortuño been reported that the City is launching two action plans on hiring labor to 52 unemployed in our city until the end of the year.

Thus the city of Yecla hired this year more than 100 unemployed, so "it would alleviate the critical economic situation of a hundred families yeclanas. Was allocated for this purpose more than 300 thousand euros, representing an increase of 85% regarding what for that purpose last year ", as explained Yecla Mayor recalled that" it is contracting with a strong social, not involving the attention of any municipal service "

The first municipal authority has indicated that although from the council "can not solve the problem of unemployment, trying to do everything that is in our power to alleviate the plight of the unemployed in our city."

In this sense he recalled the extensive training offered by the Department of Employment, which recently convened two dozen courses, and a commitment to active labor market policies.

This time, under the second special plan of inclusion, promotion and social reintegration will hire 34 people unemployed in our town.

The contracted undertake maintenance of urban, municipal buildings and facilities, as well as support tasks municipal brigade.

The positions offered are pawns, maintainers, masonry and plumbing officials, metalworkers, painters, and administrative assistants.

To select candidates referred from the employment office, at least three for each job, plus practice tests you have to prove their offered job training, is scored especially not receive benefits or subsidies employment, the family members are unemployed, be registered in Yecla, have more than 50 years, being disabled or victims of gender violence and have exhausted local economic benefits.

The second initiative is called "social jobs partnership", and will involve the recruitment of 18 unemployed.

These workers undertake work to improve road markings, performances in schools and rehabilitation of natural environments.

The Mayor explained that it was decided to use this mode "because it has been widely demanded by many citizens and groups of unemployed"

Source: Ayuntamiento de Yecla

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