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Flow of State Workers to Private Assessed in Cuba
The current flow of labor from state companies to the non-state sector was considered by experts a challenge to be addressed, during a national forum on human capital underway in Santa Clara, the capital city of the central province of Villa Clara.

The president of the event's organizing committee, Allan Aguilera said that the lack of an attractive salary system leads the best prepared workers to migrate to non-state sectors. He added that the appropriate implementation of current government resolutions favoring efficiency and the workers' salaries could face the challenge of losing workers to non-state activities like non-agricultural cooperatives and self-employment.

For many of the all 120 participants, the forum helped understand some experiences with regards to the employment amidst the current update of Cuban economy.

Since October 2010, when the non-state sector was launched in the country up to May this year, more than half a million Cubans have joined these new initiatives, which keep growing. A total 31 percent of the country´s labor is made up of young people, with 24 percent of them currently working in the private initiative, while 76 percent work at state entities. / ACN.

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