By Matthew Roscoe • 18 October 2020 • 15:32
TORREVIEJA City Council employs 10 unemployed people thanks to the huge €284,323.66 grant from the EMCORP 2020 program.
The mayor of Torrevieja, Eduardo Dolón, accompanied by the Councillor for Development and Employment, Domingo Paredes, has welcomed 10 women who will now work full-time in the Torrevieja consistory for the next six months.
The workers consist of: six social workers, an architect and three administrative technicians.
They have been hired for different departments of the City Council such as: Social Services, Projects and Public Works.
The huge grant to help improve employment opportunities for the unemployed people in the town were part of actions carried about by the Torrevieja City Council, through the Local Development Agency (ADL).
The grant also offers initiatives for training, innovation, business aid and the promotion of entrepreneurship and aims to help the economic reactivation in the city to alleviate the impact from the Covid-19 crisis.
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