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There is plenty of work in Argentina, the problem is employment

There is plenty of work in Argentina, the problem is employment

The job It is a legal activity with a specific purpose that may or may not be paid. Instead, The job It is using physical or intellectual force in favor of another person’s time in exchange for money. That’s why it’s called employee in a dependency relationship. The dependent relationship of another has not grown in Argentina for 2 decades.

According to official data from the Argentine Comprehensive Pension System, the SIPA, 63,000 jobs were lost in January and February so far this year.

But what was lost is formal employment, not work. Work is growing, what we are losing is blank employment, that is, being registered in the system.

In our country there are 25 million jobs to employ. The number of Argentines registered in the private sector, that is, blank people with salary receipts, is 6.1 billion, it has not grown in two decades. 90% of that payroll is poor, they don’t make ends meet, even though they are empty. Only 10% who are not under any CCT, but are outside the agreement, earn more than $2.5 billion per month plus a premium and are a well-off %. On the independent side, between monotributes and self-employed workers, we have 5 million self-employed workers, adding public employees and workers in private homes, we have only 14 million Argentines who make the wheel of the pension system turn. These 14 million support 7 million passive people (poor retirees) who not only do not make ends meet, they do not cover their 4 meals. For other analyzes the problem of the retirement system that the world demands a scale of 3 to 1 to be profitable. Argentina, of course, is not in that universe.

Returning to work, which is plentiful in Argentina, the only thing that grows without stopping is black employment, that is, unregistered employment. It is very tempting to employ employees and keep them underground, that is, 80% of employers prefer to give more money to the employee, in black, than to the usurious Argentine pension system. And perhaps, are they to blame? NO. The fault is not with the employers who risk, invest and make the wheel of the Argentine economy spin, not at all, the problem is in a situation that we live month after month, those of us who employ and, clearly, it is the employer contributions, but be careful, They are NOT all social charges, (for those readers lacking certain techniques in this regard, deputies and senators included). Among the social charges is the % that hurts employment in our country.

Nobody realizes that employment in Argentina is not growing, it is not growing clean, it is growing dirty, black, and why is it, simple: employing is the biggest challenge that the 350 employers in the country have. Every month we have to raise money to pay the F 931 SUSS (single social security system) where the payments we make to the system are reflected there. But not everything is a headache. Social security contributions in Argentina are divided into two. Contributions and Contributions. Although the contributions are those paid by the employee and are retained by their employer, that is not the problem, the problem is in the contributions, or part of it. The employer pays 20.5% of each gross salary as tax, from there, 7% goes directly to the ANSES family allowances, the ANSES Unemployment Fund and a portion to the PAMI that we never know for what. For 16 years I have been wondering why the private sector finances decentralized organizations of the National State without any compensation and without sense, because first of all, I explain to you: what I have just pointed out does not harm retirements, nor the pension system, it does not harm Nobody, or rather yes, destroys the productive matrix because of politicians and legislators who do not know what the real problem of work and employment is in our country and tear their clothes for a mini labor reform, insignificant, which makes me ashamed use the word reform, where the only thing that is added and changed is a trial period that does nothing for the labor market.

The situation is urgent but we are going to ask legislators who have never had a pay slip in their hands and do not even know how to settle it or how it is expressed in costs for those who employ it. Nothing can be changed if you don’t know what to change.

So, in Argentina there is a lot of work, the problem is that this work is used in the dark because the State itself and those who legislate us do not have the technical capacity to realize what the cure is to the employment problem in our country.

Source: Ambito

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