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What are the public service professions? And what impact will the ecological and social transition have on these professions?

Public service professions encompass a wide range of occupations within public administration, such as state civil servants, territorial attachés, collaborators and project managers. These professionals work in the service of the community, playing an essential role in the implementation of public policies, the administration of services and the satisfaction of citizens' needs.

As part of the ecological and social transition, public service professions are undergoing major changes to meet environmental and social challenges. Public administrations are increasingly engaged in actions to promote sustainability and social inclusion, adopting public policies that foster ecological transition, social justice and citizen participation.

Changes in public service professions linked to the ecological transition are reflected in the integration of new skills and expertise. For example, local authorities are recruiting sustainable development project managers to implement policies to preserve the environment and promote the circular economy. State administrations are creating positions for ecological transition advisors to support the implementation of sustainable projects in the various regions.

With regard to developments linked to social transition, public service professions are moving towards a more participative and inclusive approach. Public administrations are encouraging citizen participation and developing consultation and concertation mechanisms. For example, local authorities are setting up neighborhood councils where citizens can express their needs and proposals for improving their living environment.

Public service professions are also adapting to technological advances. Administrations are integrating digital tools to simplify administrative procedures, facilitate access to online public services and enhance transparency. For example, the dematerialization of procedures enables citizens to carry out certain procedures online, thus reducing administrative delays and costs.

In short, public service professions are evolving to meet the challenges of ecological and social transition. Professionals in the sector are integrating new skills, encouraging citizen participation and using technology to improve the efficiency of public services and promote a more sustainable and inclusive society. These developments are contributing to the transition towards public policies that are more respectful of the environment and more attentive to society's needs.

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