Workers around the world have experienced a unique impact as a result of the pandemic. But not in the same way as we already noticed (CLICK HERE). In the US there is a big debate about it because most affected were the lower wage class members with 80% of jobs lost, people of color compared to white and in the tourism and time sector.free, black and latin. Women and Asian Americans. On the other hand, those who could take advantage of the opportunity to use telework were paid even better.
The existence of these inequalities, which exacerbate historically consolidated past situations, explains the interventions envisaged by the Build Back Better Framework (BBB), the determination of President Joe Biden, which serves as a subtitle plan for the Reconstruction of the middle class has. This is funding designed to expand employment programs that focus on training people and tools to provide job opportunities, as well as the care sector. A number of supports have also been defined in terms of the educational education of young people, particularly those most disadvantaged among them.
It is obvious that the companies require more and more specialized training courses that go far beyond those of the high schools. However, this is an element that exacerbates inequalities to the detriment of those social groups that have hitherto had less access to school diplomas or have not received adequate education.
So we are witnessing a resurgence of teaching places, because on average, participants in these types of programs earned about $ 7,000 more per year in the sixth year of enrollment and over $ 300,000 more in their lifetime compared to those who did not participate. .
The logic, in short, is that of “earn and learn”, because the 33 billion provided by the BBB offer the opportunity to earn while learning a new skill and perhaps trying their hand at a new profession. It is particularly aimed at those who are unable to give up work at low wages, in order to develop the skills that enable them to activate more paid jobs.
The planned distribution of funds is consistent with the objectives of the plan, as they are evenly distributed between the Ministries of Education and Labor and to support school participation and the creation of industrial partnerships. Over 10 billion is planned for investments to combat climate change. Of this amount, $ 6.9 billion is earmarked for the creation of the Civilian Climate Corps (CCC), for the professional engagement of young people against climate change and for the care of the public spheres provided for the creation. of fixed-term positions with a payout of $ 15 per hour for committed young people.