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Human Capital Development Agency will start working in the Arctic

Human Capital Development Agency will start working in the Arctic
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Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East expands its powers. Now his competencies will extend to the Russian part of the Arctic. The corresponding order was signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

According to the agency, in connection with the coverage of the new territory, specialists see their mission in staffing local residents, improving the North by young people and qualified personnel, as well as in supporting the economic activities of indigenous peoples living in the region.

By 2035, the creation of 200 thousand new jobs will be required in the Arctic. Now 35% of public sector vacancies that need to be filled are not occupied. The agency plans to analyze staffing needs in each Arctic region and, together with higher and secondary educational institutions, create career development centers for local students and schoolchildren.

As for support to the indigenous minorities, the agency plans to provide assistance in employment and self-employment of the population, taking into account the traditional way of life, the definition of core universities and colleges for training personnel from among the representatives of the indigenous peoples of the North.

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