April 9th. Interfax-Russia.ru – The situation on the labor market in Russia remains stable, there is no doubt that the pattern is growing, Tatyana Golikova said at a specific interdepartmental working group on changing the labor market.
“The situation on the labor market remains stable, growth is revealed that is not taken into account. “It was revealed that this is a consequence of all the preventive measures we are taking, and work with citizens requires special attention,” Golikova said.
She also noted that the office of the office is remote. The Deputy Prime Minister said that since the beginning of March, the number of vacancies on the Job of Russia portal has increased from 1.6 million to 1.88 million vacancies. The largest number of employers’ offers are presented in manufacturing and industry (710 thousand vacancies), construction (188 thousand), healthcare (150 thousand), as well as in the transport sector (131 thousand).
According to the Minister of Labor and Social Protection Anton Kotyakov, since last Monday, citizens have been able to apply for training, to date, 17,993 applications for advanced training have already been submitted.
Deputy Minister of Economic Development Tatyana Ilyushnikova announced the implementation of an economic support measure for the meeting of jobs. Thus, according to unaccepted rules, the business support package includes soft loans for small and medium-sized independent and backbone enterprises, support for tourism, simplification of import procedures, and others.
Golikova also noted that preventive work is needed in the regions, aimed at preserving labor collectives and informing the population and entrepreneurs about all the support measures taken and implemented.
On Thursday, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, speaking with a report on governments in the State Duma, said that the government admits an increase in forecasts in Russia in the near future, but is already taking measures to solve this problem, including through new jobs. Mishustin noted that the government this year allocated 24 billion rubles to solve the problem of employment, including getting people to new professions and finding employment opportunities for citizens.