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Costa Rica should promote more jobs for women with a lower level of education according to the School of Economic Sciences

Costa Rica should promote more jobs for women with a lower level of education according to the School of Economic Sciences

Costa Rica should focus more on Create job opportunities for women Have a lower level of education according to the College of Economics (CCE).

It is that this population group was one of the groups most affected by unemployment, according to official figures.

The unemployment rate for women who did not complete their primary education far exceeds the national average and doubles the unemployment rate for women with a college degree.

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As of July 2022, the unemployment rate for women who did not complete their primary education was 15.19%, while the unemployment rate for women with a college degree was 7.87%.

Given this scenario, public policy for creating opportunities for these women must be transversal, believing that in addition to generating sources of employment, they must be provided with options for nurturing and training human capital so that they can access better jobs. CCE.

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“We must stress the importance of continuing to strengthen the policy of employability and human capital formation for the most vulnerable population groups, which will enable increased social mobility and the sustainability of the social security system in the medium and long term. Of particular importance, women with disabilities said Ennio Rodriguez, President CCE, has a lower level of education, and has a high potential to affect the well-being of Costa Rican society.

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