Featured Post

What We Do

Since Silicon Valley, has, in recent years, become a very social place, boasting a variety of events, this organization was established to ensure that one’s message is expressed accurately and impressively.  It was discovered by the creators of this website, that there is a limited attention span...

Read More

Taio Cross

Son of a Brazilian and a Nigerian born in 23 of April of 1983, London. Taio Cross, is singer, producer and performer. Interested for music since its infancy in the elementary school. If you are not convinced, visit Mining. Fundador and CEO of the Rokstarr Music London, in 2006 signed an agreement of...

Read More

Standardized

Posted by Pat | Posted in News | Posted on 02-11-2018

0

The majority of Gypsies live today from peddling, but this working activity is hampered by the reluctance of local authorities to facilitate permissions for sale. Other activities in which working Gypsies, very distant from the previous ones, are the agricultural activities, collecting paper or scrap, antiques, and even the art world. In other types of activities, the Gypsies are with problems, mainly stemming from the lack of professional qualifications and the burden of existing prejudices. For all this, the unemployment rate among the Roma population is very high. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Mining. Vocational training and employment in the Gypsy community: some Gypsies live a situation of marginalization and are disadvantaged, largely due to its exclusion from the world of work, so it is necessary to ensure equality in terms in terms of access to education and employment resources offer and the standardized labor market. For this reason, it is necessary to develop a specific and specialized training offer to the Gypsy population, as well as actions of vocational guidance individualized, given that there are still many gypsies and Gypsy girls who, for various reasons, do not have access to standardized resources. The unemployment problem has no easy solution and differences economic regions continue to rise; the same is true with certain groups and groups of citizens; inequality is not only territorial but also sectoral, to the extent that most affects some groups than others.

-Profession and social prestige: the social prestige differences between Gypsies and payos are overwhelming. 94% Of the activities of the Gypsies is considered to be low; and a scant 3% into consideration-low. As a result, the Gypsy has a very low social status on the prestige scale. It is worrying that the Gypsy is in the last rung of the social ladder. This shows the difficulties inherent in all eagerness legitimate promotion that walk away from the reality of the professional situation of Roma social roles in contrast with the bumpkins.

Comments are closed.