These two alternatives are used jointly from the thirties. That is more than half a century. Economist has plenty of information regarding this issue. It would be unfair to say that they did not make any contribution to the progress of the country. But both were exhausted, in spite of them who had been benefiting from them at the expense of NO benefit from its scope. Source Financial shines more light on the discussion. How to make, since in these days for people to "economically active" country has, productive employment and wages sufficient to live with dignity? This is perhaps the question that should mobilize the thinking of the Argentine contemporary adults. Think that it is to generate productive employment and adequate remuneration in addition to around twelve (12) million people. In our experiences, research, and reflections on the question of Argentina, we believe that this fundamental objective, as is explained is unattainable in the short and medium term. This does not, for the same, whether the framework that guides the search may arise.
Economic public policies pursued since about mid-1975 (Rodrigazo) manufacturing jobs being reduced on one side and public employment on the other. As it evolves box country's economic situation, in the autumn of 1993, one might think that such tendencies would be reaching its limits. The private sector, particularly the industry maintain its current occupancy levels, and the public sector would be streamlined and the entire staff as possible without high social costs. This is a distressing scene for both disused industrial sector, and for the public sector, as well as for new litters entering the economically active stage and find it difficult to obtain productive employment, aspiring that they are adequately remunerated .