The Roma

Vocational training and employment within the Roma community: Some gypsies living in a situation of exclusion and are disadvantaged, largely due to their exclusion from the world of work, so it is necessary to ensure equality in access as the supply of resources for education and employment and labor market standard. It is therefore necessary to develop a specific and specialized training provision for the Gypsy population and individual career guidance activities, as there are still many Gypsies who, for various reasons, no standardized resource access. The unemployment problem has no easy solution and economic differences between regions continue to rise, so do certain groups and citizens groups, the inequality is not only territorial but also sectoral, insofar as it affects some groups than others.

– Occupation and social status: social standing differences between bumpkins and Gypsies are overwhelming. 94% of the activities of the Roma is considered low and a low 3% in consideration medium-low. Consequently, the Gypsy has a very low social standing in the scale of prestige. It is worrying that the gypsy is in the bottom rung of the social scale. This shows the difficulties inherent in any legitimate effort to promote neglect the reality of the employment situation of Roma social roles in contrast to those of bumpkins. – General features of the workplace: – The Roma were not completed compulsory education, as a rule. In the province of Salamanca, for example, only five Roma people have only one graduate school and studied business according to information from AIGS coordinator.

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