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Cuba – 100,000 health care jobs cut

Cuban authorities say they have eliminated more than 100,000 jobs in health care, considered one of the “pillars” of the 1959 revolution. Capture d’écran 2014-04-08 à 09.35.32

The cuts come as President Raul Castro tries to streamline government as part of a broader economic reform package.

The weekly labor newspaper Trabajadores said Monday that 109,000 health care positions have been cut.

Two years ago, Cuba said more than 50,000 jobs in the sector had been slashed. Most of the cuts came in less-skilled positions such as ambulance drivers and hospital support staff.

via Cuba cuts over 100,000 health care jobs as island tries to curb inefficiency, slash payroll – Seymour Tribune.

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