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Up to 2024 in the Far East, it is planned to create about 79 thousand new jobs
As part of the creation of TORs in the Far East and the implementation of major investment projects up to 2024, it is planned to create about 79 thousands of new jobs, mainly in technical areas of training. This was announced today by the vice-governor of Primorye Sergey Nekhaev at the plenary session of the interregional practical conference "Development of human capital in the Far East".
The meeting was opened by Alexander Osipov, First Deputy Minister for Development of the Far East. He noted that one of the tasks of the forum participants is to outline the territorial and sectoral problems of the development of human capital in the region and determine ways to meet the needs of the regional economy in labor resources, the press service of the administration reports. Primorye Territory.
"With the development of the Far East, there are three priorities. This is the creation of territories for advanced development, support of significant investment projects and the concentration of federal programs in the regions for the development of both the subjects themselves and their municipalities and individual territories ", - noted Alexander Osipov.
The conference is expected to assess the current mechanisms and measures of state and regional support of the population, investors and private business, discuss the state and prospects for the development of labor markets in the Far East, the demographic situation, the available practice and positive experience of attracting foreign citizens and refugees to work in the territories of advanced development and other.
The organizers are the Ministry of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East, the organizer of the congresses LBS International Conferences, ANCOR personnel holding company, NPF Telecom-Soyuz.