Employment Support Program
The Employment Support Program aims to help solve the difficulties faced by the supply and demand of labor in order to find employment in the labor market due, on the one hand, to insufficient knowledge, abilities and job skills; lack of resources to find or keep a job, start or strengthen a self-employed activity, move to markets with supply of jobs; or adapt their working skills; or youths to be able to acquire work experience; as well as open employment opportunities for older adults and people with disabilities; and on the other hand, the lack of promotion of available positions in the job market.
|Classification||Labor market and wages|
Promoting job seekers’ placement in a job or productive activity, through the provision of services or financial support or in kind, for training, self-employment, labor mobility and support for returnees.
|Components and/or products||
Program for the labor market and wages which grants financial support for the following:
The Employment Support Program operates through four subprograms:
Subprogram “Bécate”: Job seekers aged 16 or more, which must acquire or convert their qualifications or job skills in order to facilitate their placement in a job or to develop a self - employed activity.
Subprogram Self-employment Promotion: job seekers aged 18 or more who have skills to develop a productive self - employment.
Labor Mobility Subprogram:
Subprogram for Working Returnees: Mexican nationals aged 16 or older who have been repatriated and express to the offices of the National Employment Service their interest in finding a job in their place of origin or residence, provided that it is located in a different entity border than within the repatriation point.
|Geographical coverage||Urbano y rural|
|Related institutions||Coordinación General del Servicio Nacional de Empleo|
|Related national policies|
Federal Official Journal: 20/12/2013 Agreement which establishes the Rules of Operation for the Employment Support Program.
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