사회복지사 사례로 본 정부 공공부문 일자리정책 소개 및 진단
(Assessing state-led contributions to job creation in public sector)
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More jobs are popping up in the social healthcare services sector in Korea.This is thanks to government efforts to create more employment opportunities for young people... as well as to better cater to the needs of elders in an aging society.Here's Kim Ji-yeon with an overall assessment of the situation. 31-year-old Kim Ji-ye has been a social healthcare worker at a privately-run senior care center franchise in Seoul for three months.Her clients are mainly elders aged 65 or older, some of them struggling with degenerative diseases.She listens to their day-to-day stories,... lends a helping hand with chores or assists them when they visit the doctor for a checkup. She says her seven years of experience as an English tutor has helped her hone the people skills regarded as essential in her new line of work."A few years ago actually my grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and my parents had taken care of her for until she passed away for almost 20 years. It was very mentally and physically challenging and devastating for the whole family to take care one sick patient. So I decided to be a social worker and help other suffering families as well."Kim regards herself as one of the benefactors of the government's five-year roadmap on job creation.
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