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The Corona Virus Epidemic and aging Public templatesA reinforcement is provoked, even of the population in general Sanitation area of autonomous communities, which together had a total of 588,351 troops as of January 2022 – the latest data available -. Meanwhile, this growth has been detrimental to non-university education, which has lost 22,632 employees in just one year, in relation to a low birth rate, relative to the number of births in the 1940s, the war period. The number of Teacher That’s up from just 611,000 to 588,300 in 2021 that were registered at the start of the year.

Facilitating statistics of Ministry of Finance and Public Works Shows that the number of employees increased significantly due to Covid Health and Education, due to epidemic deaths and needs arising from hospitalizations. However, this upward trend has only been consolidated in National Health System -68,500 more troops than in 2020-, but not in academia. Over the past decade, the workforce associated with health departments has grown by 18.4%, while the teaching workforce has grown by only 11.5%. In January 2022 only three communities –Cantabria, Valencian Community and Extremadura– They had reduced their health staff, albeit minimally. while, Andalusia It became the autonomous community that raised the largest number of health workers.

34.5% of the forces held by the CCAA. Meanwhile, career civil servants represent 52.4% and the rest are labor employees.

The bad news is that a good portion of these new health workers belong to education departments Interim Agreement, a method has also been established in autonomous administration. This is the formula that they are using and represent, on average, 34.5% of the troops held by the CCAA are temporary. Meanwhile, career civil servants represent 52.4% and the rest are labor employees. The purpose of Executive of Pedro Sanchez The administration wants to keep the temporary rate below 8% before 2024, considering a stabilization process that will affect more than 300,000 structural positions occupied by this workforce. However, the percentage of temporary workers, mostly women, multiplies that percentage by four in communities.

The number of troops in the service of public administration – central, regional and local – was 2.72 million in January 2022, which was only 7,000 more than a year ago. Overall, one in four of these employees are casual and 22% are labor employees. Temporary workers in the Autonomous Community are one in three workers and employees Status of workers They add up to over 318,000. There are 400,000 more women than men in the public sector – 1.5 million compared to 1.1, and in the autonomous communities they are practically twice as many as men. A good portion of the current workforce is either on indefinite contracts or has been in the administration for decades and is on the verge of retirement, a problem that mainly affects the general state administration.

The public administration will lose nearly 331,000 soldiers by 2025

Most of the civil servants landed in the 80s and 90s, years in which the state of autonomy and reforms began to increase the weight of the public workforce. Social welfare in Spain. The administration will lose nearly 331,000 workers between now and 2025 as they reach retirement age and nearly 900,000 over the next decade. Average age of joining public service in General State Administration It’s 35 years, compared to 26 years in the private sector, according to the study’s data.General State Administration 10 years ahead‘.

In terms of health care, The main problem will be finding a doctor To replace those who retired. Thus, Spain will face a significant shortage of doctors -practically of all specialties- in the short and medium term, which could become a serious problem in the context of population aging, forcing it to allocate more human and material resources. Care of pensioners and retirees. To overcome this lack of professionals, it is necessary to work in various directions and implement effective measures to get sufficient number of doctors for each specialty in the coming years.

Data handled by Ministry of HealthBased on a comprehensive report prepared by Patricia Barber Y Beatriz Gonzalez Lopez-ValcarcelResearchers and professors at the University of Las Palmas show that there will be a deficit of 9,000 professionals in 2027 and close to 18,000 in 2035, especially in family medicine and emergency, compared to a figure of 80,000. National Institute of Statistics (INE) He should retire in the next ten or 12 years, as he is already over 55.

Source: lainformacion.com

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