Sytuacja na rynku pracy a reforma emerytalna i wsparcie dzietności
Labor Market Situation vs Reform of Social Retirement System and Fertility Support
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The reform of Social Retirement System is necessary. Without it, Polish insurance system would be more and more burdened. However, the demographics changes have led to serious consequences for the whole economy, because only a generational change ensures the inflow of new paradigms and new ways of thinking. Meanwhile, young Polish couples are postponing the decision of having a child, explaining that they are unable to fit their needs. An increasing number of employers propose them unpaid trainees or worthless contracts. They are considered noncompetitive and inexperienced so they express rather pessimistic opinions about the chances of finding and keeping a job. Poland needs coordinated action - of both: labor market policy and employment policy - to support fertility and protect the interests of women. The chances of access to the labor market for women should be equal to men. It means not only to be written into law, but translated into the sphere of economic activity and education.
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