“Statistics shows that in the last 10 years, the total population of Romania has decreased by 4.8 per cent, while labour resources have decreased by 9 per cent, one of the highest rates in the European Union. We are witnessing an aging population, concomitant with a strong migration of young people, especially aged 20 to 39, to Western states. More and more companies face difficulties in hiring and retaining personnel. The crisis within the labour market is a real issue in areas such as: construction, retail, tourism, services, and the productive sector. However, there is a segment of the active population not taken into account by employers: people with disabilities who are able to work “, pointed out Ms. Alina Dobrescu, Coordinator of the Supported Employment Program at the Health Action Overseas Romania Foundation (HAO), at the press conference “The Labour Market. Problems and solutions. Cases of Good Practice “.