Employment and Employability in the Republic of Croatia as an Essential Factor in the Growth of GDP
Economic growth and social inclusion under conditions of ever greater transparency, and the direction of national economies toward global events, is a process that is relentlessly, unstoppably moving forward, and which is becoming even more intense and all-encompassing. How Croatia, a small country with a postwar economy, and which is engaged in a transition process, can find the appropriate responses for growth and development is a key question facing the country today.Research into the importance and potential of the labor force in Croatia, the rate of employment, the prospects for employment and a definitive assessment of it as one ofthe essential factors of development, is in its infancy in Croatia. Behind us is 15 yearsof a different kind of process -- a reduction in the number of employed, especially in themanufacturing industry of the economy, a shortage of significant new investments, and aview of education more as a kind of social and personal obligation than as a fundamental ingredient of personal and national prosperity. Experience, and the results of those countries that have been proactive in this area, demonstrate how essential efficiency in this field is for success in the overall development of society.
social capital, employment, unemployment, employability, economic growth and development, education, institutions, social costs.
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