How to find a job in Argentina for the disabled
The government of Argentina says it will hire more than 500 people to help the country’s struggling disabled citizens.
The announcement comes a week after Argentina’s president, Mauricio Macri, announced plans to invest $6.7 billion in the economy to help millions of Argentines who rely on social services to stay alive.
But what’s being done to help these workers is a bit of a mystery.
According to Argentina’s Ministry of Labor and Social Security, the government will hire 5,000 more people for jobs that include social care, personal care, retail, and the care of people with physical disabilities.
It is not clear how many jobs will be created or how many of those jobs will go to people with mental disabilities.
In other words, these workers will probably be working in areas where people with disabilities live.
But Argentina’s government is not the only country to face a shortage of these people.
There are currently more than 12,000 people with serious disabilities living in Argentina, and about 6,000 of them have a mental disability.
That number is expected to grow to 10,000 by 2020, according to the government.
And the lack of workers in those areas is hurting Argentina’s economy.
Macri has promised to cut poverty by 30% in the next five years, and he has also promised to invest more in public infrastructure and provide basic services to the countrys poorest.
Argentina has the world’s second-highest per capita income in the Americas, and it has been on the verge of recession since 2015.
But many experts believe the country will be able to turn around the country by 2020 if it invests more in its disabled workforce.
In a press release, Macri said the country had a shortage in workers who needed help with the care and support of people who have physical disabilities, including those with disabilities who have mental disabilities or who have a history of mental illness.
Macari’s administration has also said that the country can turn around its economy by hiring more people with basic skills, such as plumbing and electrical.
Macías administration has made it a priority to help those with severe mental health needs.
Last year, Macías created the Autonome Autónoma de La Empresa (Association of the Autonomous Communities of Argentina) and launched the Autónome de la Empresse de Argentina (Associative of the Empresteens of Argentina).
The group focuses on social and economic issues and supports the Autonian community, and Macíos government has committed to invest about $1 billion in these groups.
But it has faced criticism from some, such the former mayor of Buenos Aires, Maurizio Di Nuzzo, who accused the government of not focusing on the needs of the people with disability.
Di Nuzza said that while Argentina was investing in its economy, the country still needed to focus on the people who are most vulnerable.
“We have to be more careful about who we let in, who we don’t let in,” he said.
In the meantime, the Argentinian government has been taking steps to hire more people.
It recently established the National Centre for the Disabled (CID) to help provide more jobs for people with severe disabilities, and earlier this month, the Government of Argentina announced a plan to hire about 5,500 more people to provide care and assistance for the people in the care systems.
The government also announced the creation of a new government-funded program that will provide job training to people in social care facilities.
The program, called La empresse de empresa, is being developed by the government and will train more than 1,000 workers to provide social care and personal care services for people who need help with their disabilities.
Macris administration has already promised to pay for the training.
The National Centre of the Disabled is also launching an initiative to recruit more than 600 people who will help with mental health care, according a press statement.
Macro de la empresa will start accepting applications from people with special needs in the coming months, and a hiring committee will be set up to help identify suitable candidates.
Macrías government has also pledged to create a program that helps people with limited or moderate mobility to find jobs and to help them access social care services.
It also announced plans for the formation of an advisory board for the social care sector, which will provide recommendations to the Ministry of Economy, the Ministry for Human Resources, and government ministries.