Month: July 2013

Argentina Summer

Apart from some days to rest, the summer of 2007 can be an unbeatable moment to find employment opportunities as important and promising career, as what traditionally happened between March and October. The factors that determine this situation are the sustained growth of the domestic economy and exports, the opening of businesses abroad and the increase of the centres, shared services from which transactions are accounting, finance and technology to cost less under Argentine exchange rate reality. This tendency, already perceived throughout the year, does not decrease but rather indications, shows a significant increase, which translates into demand for positions in all occupational areas. For people whose priority is to generate a job improvement, the summer months will be an ally. The advantages of seeking work in these months, for those who are still studying are have more time to attend interviews, better organizing the agenda of the academic year for the registration materials and participate in most selection processes.

2007 Will, undoubtedly, be a promising year in the corporate race, but the race will always be the result of how much each is committed to achieve this. Summer, time in which so many take vacation, can be a time to start a frank growth or career path. Lic.

Cosio Villegas

This grouping emerged characters as Jose Vasconcelos, Antonio Caso and Pedro Enriquez, who had a great influence on the consolidation of the thought of Cosio Villegas, but it was the latter which purchased its willingness to intellectual work and its critical spirit (Moya and Serrano, 2006: 114). Not in vain Cosio Villegas is considered an ateneista in the most strict sense of the word: knew how to combine a deep academic discipline both teaching as a Professor, as well as an intense work of mobilizer. However, this critical sense and their tendency to the expression of scientific truth openly caused conflicts. Famous are his disputes with President Luis Echeverria Alvarez, who was about to force him to leave the pen, but subsequently, the President himself asked him not to do so. Cosio Villegas also highlighted as a promoter of culture and the dissemination of the letters.

He was prominent founder of two fundamental and essential institutions of education in Mexico: El Fondo de Cultura Economica, with the assistance of Alfonso Reyes, which facilitated the editing and distribution of scientific and humanistic literature in Latin America, as well as the translation for the first time to the Spanish language of fundamental texts in social, political and economic thinking. Your solidarity work would boost it to found the College of Mexico with the help of the Francoist civil war Spanish exiles. Although the validity of his work is present in the Mexican intelligentsia, often took criticism, not only of pro-Government scholars, but writers of left. Famous was his discussion with Jose Revueltas, essayist and Communist political activist, who in a later work to the publication of the Crisis in Mexico, openly criticized his tendency to maximize the decisive power of elites in the course of national history. Revolts Cosio Villegas claimed his pessimism, pointing out that although the country does not have a true democracy not be can circumvent the improvements that have been taken in the field Educational, infrastructure and land-sharing.

Venezuelan University

See if really in the Venezuelan case that involves us, if universities are si las universidades estan renegotiating and redefining its relations with civil society, with its various economic partners and the public in many different ways in general. The concepts of adult education and lifelong learning are fundamental in this institutional redefinition. Lifelong learning can only carry out if builds bridges between the members of the academic community, socio-cultural and economic realities that surround them and the actions of citizens every day trying to create better conditions of life and work the universities are open to persons with different professional background and to offer new forms of continuous training. They have become more sensitive to the needs of the community and active professionals, as well as to the educational aspirations of the current generation of adult citizens. To be able to cope with the challenges of global economic competition and new technologies, it requires a new partnership between the universities and various economic agencies. More and more often are being asked to institutions of higher education that transformed its shape and basic structure to become lifelong learning institutions, allowing both the unemployed and employed persons to have access to educational opportunities appropriate at different times, in different ways, for different purposes, in various stages of their careers. Definitely as UNESCO points out, prompted the universities both in its functions of training and research to address social issues urgent as health, welfare, women and technology transfer appropriate for communities. Knowledge in these new fields are generated through the interaction with the community; curricula are adapting to the life of people and many are opening new pathways of learning. In conclusion the Venezuelan University, you must empathize more with its reality more now that it faces new challenges as the caused by the current Government of Lieutenant Colonel Hugo Chavez of wanting to establish so-called socialism of the 21st century, which has led to manifest a very turbulent scenario, risk, uncertain which has not only affected the business sector of the country causing unproductivedependence on imported products, as well as it has seriously affected the functionality, successful operation of the universities, which have consistently generated serious protests, work stoppages, because academic excellence has deteriorated seriously attributed in part to the anemic budget to ensure adequate on this functionality transition faced with policies that the Government has established.