Self-employed. Juventud Rebelde Photo
Havana, January 22 (RHC)-- Ninety-eight percent of former inmates and people on supervised release were employed last year in Cuba, according to the annual stock-taking meeting of the Ministry of Labor and Social Security (MTSS).
According to Juventud Rebelde newspaper, the report of that meeting states that of the 14,274 people in this category, 13,999 were employed, most of them in the private sector.
in recent years, authorities have paid special attention to the employment status of certain groups, such as young people released from active military service, persons with disabilities and graduates of special education schools.
The paper noted how the full dignity of humankind and human improvement is not only the essence of the Cuban Government's political will but also an undeniable reality of the Revolution.
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