| The initiative is promoted by the Department of Citizen Participation of the Moline Consistory, together with the Federation of Neighborhood Interbarrios Associations | The Poscovid-19 series of telematic conferences, facing the future of cities in terms of Citizen Participation, promoted by the Department of Citizen Participation of the Molina de Segura City Council, together with the Federation of Interbarrios Neighborhood Associations, reaches its last appointment on Thursday, June 25, at 7:30 p.m., with the fourth scheduled conference, New employment sources after the pandemic, by the economist and member of Economists Facing the Crisis, Luis Molina Temboury. Born in Malaga in 1958 and an official of the State Administration, Luis Molina Temboury has carried out his work in the Ministries of Industry, Labor and Foreign Affairs.
He has been, among other positions, Head of Service in the General Directorate of International Economic Relations, Secretary General of the Labor Department of the Spanish Embassy in Buenos Aires, Head of Service in the founding team of SOLVIT of the Secretary of State of the European Union and, currently, Head of Service in the Subdirectorate General for Statistics and Socio-Labor Analysis of the Ministry of Labor and Social Economy. In this conference he will address the consequences of the pandemic and the beginning of the new normality on employment.
Thus, Luis Molina mentions that, "as expected, the cessation of activity to address the health emergency due to the pandemic has been affecting employment very unevenly by sector." In sectors such as catering, "the closure has been almost complete", while in sectors related to health and social services, "there has been a slight rise in employment".
In addition, it will analyze the magnitude of the employment crisis by activity sectors, calling on the importance of changing the sectoral structure of employment, concluding that "Spain should have between one and two million more workers engaged in health and social services: 936.100 more employed with the German employment sector structure, 1,190,200 with the French or 1,927,100 with the Danish ". The Department of Citizen Participation encourages you to participate in the last conference of the Poscovid-19 cycle, which, like the previous ones, is developed through the Zoom application, through free registration, through the website of the Town Hall of Molinadesegura.es or by calling telephone numbers 968 388 624 and 650 666 928.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Molina de Segura