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ISSN: 1644-0501     eISSN: 2353-3188    OAI    DOI: 10.18276/ept.2018.2.42-07
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Lista wydań / nr 2 (42) 2018
Backpackerzy na australijskim rynku pracy. Innowacyjne rozwiązania

Autorzy: JOLANTA BARBARA JABŁONKOWSKA
Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego we Wrocławiu, Wydział Wychowania Fizycznego
Słowa kluczowe: backpackerzy program Working Holiday Maker (WHM) Australia gospodarka
Rok wydania:2018
Liczba stron:10 (69-78)
Klasyfikacja JEL: Z32
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Abstrakt

Australia wprowadziła na swoim rynku pracy rozwiązania, które umożliwiają backpackerom zwiedzanie, wypoczynek, naukę i pracę zarobkową. Stworzono migracyjny program Working Holiday Visa (WHV), dzięki któremu zagranicznych backpackerów można zatrudniać w wielu gałęziach krajowego przemysłu. To jedyny na świecie tak rozwinięty i przemyślany plan działania, przynoszący Australii pożytek nie tylko w sferze ekonomicznej, lecz także społecznej i gospodarczej. W artykule dokonano kwerendy zagranicznej literatury oraz raportów opisujących miejsca i formy zatrudniania backpackerów na australijskim rynku pracy. Na bazie uzyskanych danych scharakteryzowano program pod kątem jego realnej przydatności.
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