Seville, (EFE) and guardianship, provided that the return to work occurs within the two years following the aforementioned date of cessation.
The Minister of Employment, Business and Self-Employment, Rocío Blanco, who has visited the Seville municipality of Los Molares, has detailed the lines of action in which the Ministry of Employment is working to continue improving access to the labor market for women .
Blanco explained that the Ministry will launch this year a job placement program aimed at 189 women victims of gender violence or trafficking and sexual exploitation, for their access to the labor market, enhancing their training and entrepreneurship capacity.
In this case, the amount provided for this training program with a commitment to hire is 3.7 million euros, financed through the Recovery and Resilience Mechanism, and it will be carried out in three annual installments starting in 2023, as highlighted by the Employment holder.
Support for women in rural areas
He highlighted the work that the Andalusian Government has been doing to guarantee equal opportunities for men and women in access to the world of work.
These actions have allowed in the last four years “great progress” such as increasing female employment in Andalusia by 10.9%, which means improving the national average by 4.5 points (6.4%); the creation of almost 144,000 new jobs for women, or the reduction of the wage gap in this autonomous community by 12.7%, three points more than the average for the country as a whole (9.6%).
He explained that the Support Program for Women in Rural and Urban Areas has an investment of 14.1 million from the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, and has the objective of serving almost 6,400 unemployed women throughout Andalusia, in municipalities of less than 5,000 inhabitants.
The fundamental objective is that the women beneficiaries have their own personalized itinerary, therefore attending to their personal and professional needs and, from there, increasing their chances of finding a job, according to the Employment Minister. EFE