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The Government studies giving scholarships of 7,000 euros to opponents of the Treasury

Date: March 22, 2023 Time: 23:06:45

Oppositions to occupy a position as a public official in the Ministry of Finance and Public Function, currently led by María Jesús Montero, are resisting and the Government of Spain is aware of the lack of personnel in the Public Administration. 15,000 workers in the next three years due to impending retirements coming up in the next few months.

So much so that the State is looking for the formula to relaunch these public employment offers with scholarships of up to 7,000 euros per year. This was expressed by the Secretary of State for the Ministry, Jesús Gascón, during his appearance on February 27 at the Finance and Public Service Commission. Specifically, Gascón reported that he is working on a pilot program with 30 scholarships that would amount to a total of 210,000 euros.

The inspectors would enter the program mainly, given the greater number of places, according to sources from the Treasury confirmed to Europa Press. But also employees in customs, cadastres, architects or engineers.

Scholarships to reform the quarry of opponents of the Treasury

The objective of this scholarship program for opponents of finance is to “strengthen the pool of opponents”, so that these students have financial help in their preparation. The Secretary of State for Finance has also framed this new program in the latest public employment offer approved by the Government, with the aim of facing the wave of retirements from the Tax Administration, since in 2031 it is expected that more will have retired half (54.2%) of the current staff of the Tax Administration.

According to Finance Technicians, between 2021 and 2023, 2,017 people will retire, a situation that will worsen in the next two legislatures in which another 5,797 and 5,726 employees will retire, respectively. In other words, by 2031, 54.2% of the current Tax Administration staff will have retired.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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