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There are fewer unemployed in Khabarovsk

There are fewer unemployed in Khabarovsk

Unemployment Situation Gradually Improving in Khabarovsk c. As of October 22, its level was 2,91% of the total working-age population, and in September it was 3,06%.

По словам начальника отдела городского управления экономического развития Юлии Завирохиной, пик ухудшения ситуации пришелся на начало мая: именно тогда резко возросло количество обращений в центр занятости населения. Если в апреле в трудоустройстве нуждались 1 040 граждан, то в мае — уже 2 424. Далее показатель рос.

According to the press service of the city administration, the increase in the number of unemployed, which has been recorded since April this year and was caused by the introduction of restrictive measures due to the coronavirus pandemic, has stalled. In summer, 400-500 residents of Khabarovsk received the status of unemployed weekly. This is an order of magnitude higher than in normal times. Half of the applicants are people who did not work at all until they were registered, either worked for a long time or were registered for reasons not related to the pandemic.

Until October 1, 10 people were looking for work. Today, 611 unemployed are registered in the labor market, and 9 vacancies are offered to them at the Employment Center.

To restrain the growth of staff cuts, according to Yulia Zavirokhina, measures to support employers at the expense of the federal, regional and municipal budgets helped. So, out of 10,5 thousand unemployed, only 4,5% were laid off due to staff reductions.

Also, specialists associate the decrease in the unemployment rate with the lifting of restrictive measures and the resumption of the work of the catering, services and trade sectors. According to forecasts, by the end of the year the reduction will be 2,5%.

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