The role of employment in the development of Czech rural areas
G. Pavlíková, P. Maříkováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5234-AGRICECONCitation:Pavlíková G., Maříková P. (2004): The role of employment in the development of Czech rural areas. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 50: 465-470.
The rural area is a very important multifunctional space, with landscape enhancement value and function. These factors are then necessary for the directions of development process in rural communities. The countryside creates an important part of economic and social state system. The area of work and the employment of population into the productive age present ones of significant macro-economic indicators of the capacity of national economy. Changes of economy in the market space, transformation of companies of agricultural primary production to new legal form, restructuring of production and manpower in agriculture caused leaving of part skilled of the workers, as well as other workers to another branches of national economy. In 1990’s, especially in the beginning during the transformation of Czech economy, there was a big boom of private business and new forms of business activities and subjects emerged. Traditional lifestyle, which continues in the Czech countryside, determined that small enterprise prevails here. Current economics clearly shows that small and medium enterprises have an unsubstitutable role in our economic development and greatly contribute to creating new jobs in individual regions.Keywords:
eemployment, rural areas, development, agriculture, agrarian labour market