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친서민정책으로서의 사회서비스 일자리 확충 전략 II(Strategies for increasing social service jobs II) : 영유아돌봄 및 방과후 서비스를 중심으로(Focusing on childcare and afterschool services)

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  • 친서민정책으로서의 사회서비스 일자리 확충 전략 II(Strategies for increasing social service jobs II)
  • 김미숙; 백선희; 이철선; 배화옥; 서문희; 이주연; 하태정
  • 한국보건사회연구원


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Title 친서민정책으로서의 사회서비스 일자리 확충 전략 II(Strategies for increasing social service jobs II)
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영유아돌봄 및 방과후 서비스를 중심으로(Focusing on childcare and afterschool services)

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김미숙; 백선희; 이철선; 배화옥; 서문희; 이주연; 하태정

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서울:한국보건사회연구원

Date 2012-12
Series Title; No 연구보고서 / 2012-53
ISBN 978-89-8187-000-0 93510
Pages 338
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Social Development < Social Welfare
Social Development < Employment
Holding 한국보건사회연구원

Abstract

Child care and after-school services have an effect in investing human capital of the young generation, resulting in national wealth accumulation in a long run. The investment of human capital was a fundamental element in welfare reform of European countries where the sustainability of a society is believed to be achieved by it. In addition, since child care and after-school services opens much possibility in job creation, they have received much attention.
In recent years, Korea has adopted the voucher system in child care services to satisfy the clients' needs of quality care. In other words, a market principle has penetrate to the services. In after-school services field, various services providers compete each other to secure the clients.
Under this circumstances, it is high time to detect whether this market supply of child care produces effective service supply and multiple service providers of after-school services guarantee quality services. Furthermore, we need to examine not only the size of the jobs that they can make, but also ways to expand good quality jobs.
The current study deals with the supply and demand of the services, projects number of jobs that they can make and suggests ways to create decent jobs at the same time providing satisfactory services to the clients.