Due to the coronacrisis the rate of unemployment in the Netherlands, in June of the extremely fast schedule. In may, still 3.6% of the working age population is unemployed, but in June, everything went all to as much as 4.3 per cent. According to the Dutch Central Bureau for Statistics (CBS), this increase is unprecedented. Our reactieplatform NUjij have shared more than one new unemployed to tell their story.
as a Reader, Julius is one of the people who are the coronacrisis, the job is lost. He decided to get up to speed as a software developer, but this did not lead to a job. "Don't you will become a more accepted, even in this industry where there are a large arbeidstekort it is."
He was going to be eligible for boot camps, with a short klaarstoomprogramma programs, in which companies usually are eager to get young people to the subject. "These companies are now skittish and will become more and is now no more," said Julius.
"With one of these boot camps could be 90% of the participants within the first two months of starting work, but now it is 0 per cent. Well, I'm only just getting started, and in my point of view, it is, of course, is not representative of the industry as a whole. However, if it is in an industry with such a great need for such drastic decisions to be made, I can't shake the feeling that there is more to it than that, it is."
'I'd like to think I can just get something was to do it"
the Reader will EenMeisje to recognize themselves in the image of Julius style. She is looking for a new job, but found out soon after that, enter in a new area are very difficult to read.
"I wanted to find if the grass is mown and the hedges cut. But no, there it was, a hoveniersopleiding to be asked. Even for a warehouse work I am denied because I have my bachelor's degree in cognitive neuroscience, to be educated myself. Really, I'd like to think I'll just something could do it," said EenMeisje.
She is, therefore, very much concerned about the future. "I'm not eligible for low-cost residences, because I'm not a student any more. I don't have the right to get a WW build, and I don't have the right to legal aid to a person on the sofa in the living who does have a job."
The government needs to do more < / p> Reader's SoftwareEngineertje, and after 36 years is a reasonable buffer built in, but still, he is concerned about his medewerklozen. "The expenses go on as usual, with all that that entails. People are coming in and the debt will be evicted from their homes, or they have to go to the food bank."
"No one can do anything about it, that he or she does not work any more, so I think that the government should step in by, for example, a longer UNEMPLOYMENT insurance due to be paid, as it used to be done. Well, it feels harsh that the government should not be in this area, this will help, but there are still billions to the South of Europe."