SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN MACEDONIA FROM ASPECTS OF EMPLOYMENT AND MIGRATION MOVEMENTS OF THE POPULATION
Sustainable development, with emphasis on the employment rate of the population and their migration movement is a global concept that faces every country in the world in general, in order to ensure continuous improvement of the quality of life by ensuring sustainable development for both current and future generations.
The realization of this goal means creating a stable economy with full and highly qualified employment, quality health care, stable social security, environmental protection, reduced migration movement, in order to provide a peaceful and safe world.
Based on that, Europe's determination to participate actively in the global process of sustainable development, highlighted at the 1992 Rio de Janeiro Conference, resulted in the adoption of the EU's first strategy for sustainable development (GOR) in Gothenburg, 2001 and revised in 2006 by the European Commission.
The main goal of the strategy for socioeconomic sustainable development is to establish a set of measures and activities that will enable continuous improvement of the life of the present and future generations by creating sustainable communities capable of managing and effectively using natural resources.
So the key objectives of the European strategy for sustainable socio-economic development relating to environmental protection, social equity and economic prosperity, based on this the main challenges in terms of socio-economic development in terms of the employment rate and the migration movements that are imposed are: Social inclusion, demography and migration - improvement of living conditions as a precondition for lasting individual well-being as well as Global poverty and facing the challenges of sustainable development - poverty reduction, active promotion of sustainable development and ensuring consistency of internal and external policies with global sustainable development and undertaken international obligations.
In fact, the aim of this paper is to give a brief conceptual overview of the impact of statistical indicators on the employment rate and migration movements of the population on the socio-economic development of the country.