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Problems of Balancing Supply and Demand in the Labor Market of the Republic of Mari El

L. M. Nizova () and E. N. Sorokina
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L. M. Nizova: Volga State University of Technology
E. N. Sorokina: Volga State University of Technology

Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2019, vol. 30, issue 4, 462-466

Abstract: Abstract The article analyzes the structure of employment in the economy of the Republic of Mari El. On the basis of monitoring the supply and demand of labor, such positive trends are shown as a high degree of employment of graduates of educational organizations, and an increase in the proportion of citizens who have opened their own business. Against this background, negative dynamics of employment, the growth of general unemployment, the imbalance of the vocational cut of vacancies and the vocational qualification structure of the unemployed were revealed. A scheme has been proposed for forecasting measures to implement the state employment policy, achieve a balance between the labor market and the educational services market, develop nonprimary and high-tech industries, reduce incomplete and informal employment, and increase the accessibility of public services.

Date: 2019
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