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Redován 11/3/2017 The City Council of Redován incorporates, starting next Thursday, the new Labor Guidance Service that will be provided by a technician from the Economic Consortium of Vega Baja (Convega) to the unemployed in the town. The objective of this service, as explained by the Councilor for Employment, Maite Martinez, is none other than "helping people in situation of unemployment to connect with companies, a meeting that we believe can be fostered through the Convega".

Interested persons can request an appointment or information through the phone 629651644 or email susi@convega.com, as well as attend in person every Thursday from 9.00 to 14.00 hours at City Hall. The technician will carry out individualized tutoring, an analysis of the work situation, establish professional objectives and take the first steps for labor insertion with all types of information and advice, both in search of employment and in personal aspects related to work. In the same way, it will provide professional information for employment, where it will provide information on the labor market, training and related services offered by different entities.

Maite Martínez encourages the people of Redovana who are unemployed to "make use of this service, because it will help them connect with the labor market." The mayor stressed that it is not aimed at a profile of unemployed in particular, so they can attend both young and long-term unemployed, etc. The councilor also thanked the willingness of Convega to work with a sector of society, the unemployed "that concerns us, and much, in Redován."

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With regard to the young unemployed sector, Redován hosted a few days ago, also together with Convega, a talk on the Young Entrepreneurship Plan Vega Baja aimed at under-25s enrolled in the Servef, "an action that aims to repeat on November 20 and that will continue in time, with training actions aimed at this sector of the population, "says the mayor.

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